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Sing to the Lord a new song, sing All the earth the Lord unto

Sing to the Lord a new song, sing All the earth the Lord unto

Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Sing to the Lord, a new-song; sing
All th' earth the Lord unto.
2 Sing to Jehovah, bless his name,
Still his salvation show.
3 His glory to the heathen folk,
To all his wonders spread.
4 For great's the Lord, much to be prais'd
About all gods in dread.

5 Because vain idols are they all,
Which heathen gods do name.,
But for Jehovah, he it is
That did the heavens frame.
6 Honour and comely majesty
Abide before his face:
Both fortitude and beauty are
Within his holy place.

7 Ye kindreds of the people a;l,
Unto the Lord afford;
Both majesty and mightiness
Give ye unto the Lord.
8 The glory to Jehovah give
That to his name is due;
And bringing an oblation,
Into his courts"come you.

9 In beauty of his holiness,
Do ye the Lord adore;
The universal earth likewise
In fear stand him before.
10 'Mong heathens say, Jehovah reigns,
The world shall stablish'd be,
It shall not move: in righteousness
The people judge shall he.

11 O let the heav'ns hereat be glad,
And let the earth rejoyce:
Let seas and fulness of the same,
With roaring make a noise.
12 O let the field be full of joy.
And ev'ry thing therein,
Then all the trees within the wood
Rejoycingly shall sing.

13 Before Jehovah, for he comes,
To judge the earth comes he:
The world with justce, and the folk
To judge with equity.

Source: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament: faithfully translated into English metre: for the use, edification, and comfort of the saints...especially in New-England (25th ed) #PXCVI

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First Line: Sing to the Lord a new song, sing All the earth the Lord unto

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