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Sing Hallelujah, praise the Lord, I will with all my mind

Sing Hallelujah, praise the Lord, I will with all my mind

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1 Sing HALLELUJAH! praise the LORD
I will with all my mind,
Where upright ones in private meet,
and are in publick join'd.
2 JEHOVAH's works are wondrous great,
and show his boundless might;
And are sought out by ev'ry soul,
who views them with delight.

3 His work is glorious majesty,
and comely honour is;
And to perpetual ages stands
that righteousness of his.
4 His works most marvellous He made
still to be kept in mind:
Full of compassion is the LORD,
most merciful and kind.

5 A portion of fit food He gives
to all who fear his name;
And ever will He bear in mind
his covenant with them.
6 He of his work the mighty pow'r
did to his people show,
In that the heathens heritage
He did on them bestow.

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7 Unshaken truth and judgment are
the working of his hands,
Sure ail his threatnings, promises,
and sure all his commands,
8 They firmly are established
to perpetuity;
And are fulfill'd and perfected
in truth and equity.

9 He to his flock redemption sent:
that covenant of his
For ever He ordain':: his name
holy and rev'rend is.
10 The LORD's fear the beginning is
of wisdom: they are wise
Who do his will: and evermore
endures highest praise.

Source: The Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testament, faithfully translated into English Metre: being the New-England Psalm-Book, revised and improved... (2nd ed.) #PCXI

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First Line: Sing Hallelujah, praise the Lord, I will with all my mind