Thus will say the Lord’s redeemed

Thus will say the Lord’s redeemed

Tune: PSALM 107
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

Give thanks, give thanks to the Lord;
God's love is everlasting.

1 Thus will say the Lord’s redeemed,
those redeemed from the hand of the foe
and gathered from far off lands,
from east and west, north and south. [Response]

2 They wandered for years in the desert,
no dwelling place could they find,
they were hungry and craving with thirst,
their soul was fainting with in them. [Response]

3 Some sailed to the sea in ships
to trade on the mighty waters.
These men have seen the Lord's deeds,
the wonders God does in the deep. [Response]

4 God spoke and commanded the storm,
tossing the waves of the sea;
to the heavens they rose and fell back.
Their courage gave way in distress. [Response]

5 When they cried to the Lord in their need,
God rescued them from their distress;
God stilled the storm to a whisper;
all the waves of the sea were hushed. [Response]

6 They rejoiced because of the calm,
God led them to a safe haven.
Let them thank the Lord for such love,
the wonders God does for us all. [Response]

Source: Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #67

Text Information

First Line: Thus will say the Lord’s redeemed
Source: Tr. The Psalms, A New Translation, 1989
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Give thanks, give thanks to the Lord
Copyright: Words by permission of A. P. Watt, London


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Together in Song #67

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