1 Sing to the Lord a new-made Song,
who wondrous Things has done;
With his right Hand and holy Arm,
the Conquest he has won.
2 The Lord has through th' astonished World
display'd his saving Might,
And made his righteous Acts appear
in all the Heathens Sight.
3 Of Isr'el's House his Love and Truth
have ever mindful been;
Wide Earth's remotest parts the Pow'r
of Isr'el's God have seen.
4 Let therefore Earth's Inhabitants
their chearful Voices raise,
And all with universal Joy
resound their Maker's Praise.
5 With Harps and Hymns soft Melody
into the Consort bring,
6 The Trumpet and shrill Cornet's Sound
before th' almighty King.
7 Let the loud Ocean roar her Joy,
with all that Seas contain;
The Earth and her Inhabitants
join Consort with the Main.
8 With Joy let Riv'lets swell to Streams,
to spreading Torrents they;
And ecchoing Vales, from Hill to Hill,
redoubled Shouts convey;
9 To welcome down the World's great Judge,
who does with Justice come,
And with impartial Equity,
both to reward and doom.
Source: A New Version of the Psalms of David: fitted to the Tunes used in Churches #XCVIII