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Jehovah's praise

Sing his praise, sing his praise, let Jehovah's

Author: Mathilda Long
Tune: [Sing His praise, Sing His praise] (Meredith)
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Sing His praise, Sing His praise,
Let Jehovah’s name be sounded,
Anthems raise, anthems raise,
Full of hope and joy unbounded,
Thru our day, thru our day,
By His love we are surrounded,
Sing His praise, sing His praise,
Sing Jehovah’s praise.

Refrain:
Let us join the glad, glad song,
Let us glorify His name,
Honors great to Him belong,
Endless pow’r undying fame,
Let us send the word abroad,
Till the world shall loudly ring,
With the praises of Jehovah,
Of our Lord and King.

2 Sing His praise, Sing His praise,
In the house of worship kneeling
Seek His ways, seek His ways,
While the solemn bells are pealing,
To our gaze, to our gaze,
Glories new He is revealing,
Sing His praise, sing His praise,
Sing Jehovah’s praise. [Refrain]

3 Sing His praise, Sing His praise,
As they sing in heav’n before Him
Worship raise, worship raise,
With the seraphs bending o’er Him,
All our days, all our days
May we in our hearts adore Him,
Sing His praise, sing His praise,
Sing Jehovah’s praise. [Refrain]

Source: The Excelsior Hymnal #92

Author: Mathilda Long

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Text Information

First Line: Sing his praise, sing his praise, let Jehovah's
Title: Jehovah's praise
Author: Mathilda Long
Refrain First Line: Let us join the glad, glad song
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Excelsior Hymnal #92

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