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Sound aloud Jehovah's praises

Sound aloud Jehovah's praises

Author: Henry A. Martin
Tune: FIDES (Scholefield)
Published in 18 hymnals

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1 Sound aloud Jehovah's praises,
Tell abroad the awful Name;
Heaven the ceaseless anthem raises,
Let the earth her God proclaim:
God, the hope of every nation,
God, the source of consolation,
Holy, blessèd Trinity!
Holy, blessèd Trinity!

2 This the Name from ancient ages
Hidden in its dazzling light;
This the Name that kings and sages,
Prayed and strove to know aright,
Through God's wondrous Incarnation,
Now revealed the world's salvation,
Ever blessèd Trinity!
Ever blessèd Trinity!

3 Into this great Name and holy,
We all tribes and tongues baptize;
Thus the Highest owns the lowly,
Homeward, heavenward, bids them rise;
Gathers them from every nation,
Bids them join in adoration
Of the blessèd Trinity!
Of the blessèd Trinity!

4 In this Name the heart rejoices,
Pouring forth its secret prayer:
In this Name we lift our voices,
And our common faith declare;
Offering humble supplication,
Thanks, and praise, and veneration
To the blessèd Trinity!
To the blessèd Trinity!

5 Glory be to God the Father,
Glory be to God the Son,
Glory be to God the Spirit,
Great Jehovah, Three in One.
Praise from all in earth and heaven
Unto Thee be ever given,
Holy, blessèd Trinity!
Holy, blessèd Trinity!

Amen.

The Hymnal: revised and enlarged as adopted by the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America in the year of our Lord 1892

Author: Henry A. Martin

Martin, Henry Arthur, M.A., son of George Martin, Chancellor and Canon of Exeter, born at Exeter July 30, 1831, and educated at Eton, and Christ Church, Oxford, graduating B.A. 1855, and M.A. 1857. On taking Holy Orders he became Curate of Hallow, near Worcester, 1856, and Vicar of Laxton with Moorhouse, Nottinghamshire, 1858. In 1871 he contributed the following hymns to Church Hymns:— 1. Lord of the frost-bound winter. Harvest. Written in 1859. 2. O Rock of Ages, One Foundation. St. Peter. Written in 1871. 3. Sound aloud Jehovah's praises. Holy Trinity. Written in 1870, in 8 stanzas, four of which only are given in Church Hymns. 4. The heavenly King must come. St. John Baptist. Written in 1871.… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Sound aloud Jehovah's praises
Author: Henry A. Martin
Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.8.7
Language: English

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