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Sing Hallelujah, sing his praise

Sing Hallelujah, sing his praise

Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Sing HALLELUJAH! sing his praise,
O all ye servants of the LORD:
JEHOVAH"s great an glorious name
O praise ye all with one accord.
2 O blessed be JEHOVAH's name,
From this time to eternity:
3 From sun-rise to his going down
JEHOVAH's name shall praised be.

4 O'er all the nations of the world
The great JEHOVAH reigns on high:
Yonder his brightest glory shines,
Yonder above the starry sky.
5 To God our LORD who dwells above,
Who ever can compared be?
6 Who all that is in heav'n and earth
Humbles himself to mind and see.

7 Out of the dust he raises up
the slighted man of low degree;
And from the dunghill needy men
Surprizingly lift up doth He.
8 That He may them advance on high,
And even along with princes seat;
Yea those who of his people are
The princes chief in pow'r and state.

9 He makes the barren woman keep
Her house with pleasure, and to be
Of babes a mother full of joy.
Sing therefore HALLELUJAH ye.


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.) #PCXIII

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