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To God, ye choir above, begin a hymn

To God, ye choir above, begin a hymn

Author: Philip Skelton
Published in 5 hymnals

Representative Text

1 To God, ye choir above, begin
A hymn so loud and strong,
That all the universe may hear,
And join the grateful song.

2 Sing him, ye distant worlds and suns,
From whence no traveling ray
Hath yet to us, through ages past,
Had time to make its way.

3 Whate'er ye are, where'er ye dwell,
Ye creatures great and small,
Adore the wisdom, praise the power,
That made and governs all.

4 From all the boundless realms of space,
Let loud hosannas sound;
Loud send, ye wondrous works of God,
The grateful concert round.

Source: The Voice of Praise: a collection of hymns for the use of the Methodist Church #349

Author: Philip Skelton

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First Line: To God, ye choir above, begin a hymn
Author: Philip Skelton

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Church Pastorals, hymns and tunes for public and social worship #122

Immanuel Hymnal #d517

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Songs of the Soul #486

The Book of Praise #d388

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The Voice of Praise #349

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