Shout to the Lord, and let our joys
Through the whole nation run;
Ye British skies, resound the noise
Beyond the rising sun.
Thee, mighty God, our souls admire,
Thee our glad voices sing,
And join with the celestial choir
To praise th' eternal King.
Thy power the whole creation rules,
And on the starry skies
Sits smiling at the weak designs
Thine envious foes devise.
Thy scorn derides their feeble rage,
And with an awful frown
Flings vast confusion on their plots,
And shakes their Babel down.
[Their secret fires in caverns lay,
And we the sacrifice;
But gloomy caverns strove in vain
To 'scape all-searching eyes.
Their dark designs were all revealed,
Their treasons all betrayed:
Praise to the God that broke the snare
Their cursed hands had laid.]
In vain the busy sons of hell
Still new rebellions try,
Their souls shall pine with envious rage,
And vex away and die.
Almighty grace defends our land
From their malicious power;
Let Britain with united songs
Almighty grace adore.
|Instances (1 - 11 of 11)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Hymns and Spiritual Songs, in Three Books: I. collected fromt he scriptures, II. composed on divine subjects, III. prepared for the Lord's Supper #II.XCII||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1793|
|Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts, The #II.92||Hymn 92||Shout to the Lord, and let our joys||Isaac Watts||C. M.||1806|
|The Choice: in two parts. Part I containing psalms and hymns, Part II, containing spiritual songs. Designed for public and private worship #H149||Shout to the Lord, and let our joys||Shout to the Lord, and let our joys||Watts||1833|
|The Choice: in two parts; Part I, containing Psalms and hymns, Part II, containing spiritual songs; designed for public and private worship (6th ed.) #H149||Shout to the Lord, and let our joys||Shout to the Lord, and let our joys||Watts||1856|
|The Columbian Repository: or, Sacred Harmony: selected from European and American authors with many new tunes not before published #596||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1803|
|The Disciples' Hymn Book: a collection of hymns and chants for public and private devotion #209||Shout to the Lord, ye surging seas||Shout to the Lord, ye surging seas||Watts||1844|
|The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts #612||Shout to the Lord, and let our joys||Shout to the Lord, and let our joys||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1835|
|The Psalms of David: imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship (27th ed.) #II.XCII||Shout to the Lord, and let our Joys||Shout to the Lord, and let our Joys||1766||Church | Its Safety and Protection; God All in All | ; Song for November 5th | ; Church | Her Enemies dsappointed|
|The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Rev. Isaac Watts, D. D.: to which are added select hymns, from other authors; and directions for musical expression (New ed.) #B92||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1842|
|The Reformed Methodist Pocket Hymnal: Revised: collected from various authors. Designed for the worship of God in all Christian churches. #II.182||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1828|
|The Vocal Companion: containing a concise introduction to the practice of music, and a set of tunes of various metres, arranged progressively for the use of learners #12||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||Shout to the Lord, and let your joys||1807|