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Sing Hallelujah: to the Lord, A new song to Him sing

Sing Hallelujah: to the Lord, A new song to Him sing

Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Sing HALLELUJAH: to the LORD
a new song to Him sing:
In the assembly of his sainra,
make ye his praises ring.
2 Let Isr'el in his makers be
exceeding glad and sing:
And all who Zion's children are,
exult in Him their king.

3 O let them with a leaping joy
give praises to his name;
The harp and timbrel join and sing,
aloud his praise proclaim.
4 For in his people whom He chose
JEHOVAH pleasure takes;
And with salvation all the meek
most beautiful He makes.

5 In glory let his holy ones
triumphantly rejoice;
And ev'n aloud upon their beds
in songs lift up their voice.
6 Let the high praises of our God,
their mouths with gladness yield;
And let a two-edg'd sword be put
into their hands to wield.

7 Vengeance and judgments to dispense
among the heathen lands;
8 To bind their haughty kings in chains,
and peers with iron bands.
9 The judgment written in his word
justly on them to bring:
This honour is for all the saints:
then HALLELUJAH sing.


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.) #PCXLIXa

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First Line: Sing Hallelujah: to the Lord, A new song to Him sing

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