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The sky tells the glory of God

The sky tells the glory of God

Tune: [The sky tells the glory of God]
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

Response:
The sky tells the glory of God,
tells the genius of God's work.

The sky tells the glory of God,
tells the genius of God's work.
Day carries the news to day,
night brings the mesage to night, [Response]

without a word, without a sound,
without a voice being heard,
and yet their message fills the world,
their news reaches its rim. [Responsse]

There God has pitched a tent
for the sun to rest and rise renewed
like a bridegroom rising from bed,
an athlete eager to run a race. [Response]

It springs from the edge of the earth,
runs a course across the sky
to win the race at heaven's end.
Nothing on earth escaped its heat. [Response]

Source: Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #7

Text Information

First Line: The sky tells the glory of God

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Catholic Book of Worship III #518

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Together in Song #7

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