O praise ye the Name of JehovahTune: JANET
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1 Sing praise to the LORD God Almighty,
proclaim all his glory abroad.
O praise him, you servants appointed
to stand in the house of our God.
2 Give praise to the LORD for his goodness;
'tis pleasant his praises to sing.
His people, his chosen and precious,
your praises with gratitude bring.
3 I know that the LORD is almighty;
supreme in dominion is he,
performing his will and good pleasure
in heaven, on the earth, in the sea.
4 His hand guides the clouds in their courses;
the lightning flames forth at his will.
The wind and the rain he releases
his sovereign designs to fulfill.
5 To ransom his people from bondage,
great wonders and signs he displayed.
He smote all the firstborn of Egypt,
till Pharaoh gave in and obeyed.
6 Great nations and kings that opposed him
were smitten by God's mighty hand.
Their riches he gave to his people;
he made them inherit the land.
7 The name of the LORD stands forever,
through all generations renowned.
The LORD brings relief to his people;
his mercies forever abound.
8 The idols of gold and of silver
can speak not nor listen nor see.
Their makers shall also be helpless;
like them shall their worshipers be.
9 Praise God, every son, every daughter;
in worship your gladness proclaim.
His servants, and all you who fear him,
sing praise to his glorious name.
Source: Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #135
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #135||Sing Praise to the LORD God Almighty||Sing praise to the LORD God Almighty||JANET||98 98||Psalm 135||1987||Biblical Names & Places | Egypt; Biblical Names & Places | Pharaoh; King, God/Christ as | ; Creation | ; Ministry & Service | ; Opening of Worship |||<i>Psalter</i>, 1912, alt.|
|The Cyber Hymnal #5288||O Praise Ye the Name of Jehovah||O praise ye the name of Jehovah||JANET||Anonymous||98.98||<cite>The Psalter</cite> (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912), number 373|