1 Sing to the Lord a new made song;
Let earth in one assembled throng,
Her common patron's praise resound.
Who us hath with salvation crown'd.
2 Sing to the Lord, and bless his name,
From day to day his peace proclaim;
To heathen lands his fame rehearse,
His wonders to the universe.
3 He's great, and greatly to be prais'd;
In majesty and glory rais'd
Above all other deities,
He only rules who made the skies.
4 With majesty and honour crown'd,
Beauty and strength his throne surround,
But pageantry and idols all
Are they whom gods the heathen call.
5 Let worship be to him restor'd,
By you who have false gods ador'd;
Ascribe due honour to his name,
That honour he alone can claim.
6 Peace off'rings on his altar lay,
Before his throne your homage pay;
To worship at his sacred court,
Let all the trembling world resort.
7 Proclaim aloud, JEHOVAH reigns,
Whose pow'r the universe sustains;
Let therefore heav'n new joys confess,
And heav'nly rapture earth express.
8 He banish'd justice shall restore,
Its loud applause let ocean roar;
Its mute inhabitants rejoice,
And for his triumph find a voice.
9 For joy let fertile valleys sing,
The cheerful groves their tribute bring;
Let all that live with songs awake,
Their sweetest melody to make:
10 Before the Lord, who comes to bless
And shew the world his righteousness:
From heav'n, to judge the earth he's come,
With justice to reward and doom.
Source: The Psalms of David: with hymns and spiritual songs: also, the catechism, confession of faith, and liturgy of the Reformed Church in the Netherlands #96