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To thee we lift our voices

Representative Text

Thine is the glory,
Thine, O Lord, the praise,
God our King Eternal,
Ruler of our days.

1 To thee we lift our voices,
To thee our songs arise,
Hymns of praise are winging
Upwards to the skies, [Refrain]

2 Thou who madest Heaven,
Earth and sky and sea,
Hear, O Lord, thy children
As they cry to thee. [Refrain]

Source: Worship in Song: A Friends Hymnal #14

Author: Isabel Woods

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Text Information

First Line: To thee we lift our voices
Author: Isabel Woods
Refrain First Line: Thine is the glory



JUDAS MACCABEUS is an arrangement of a tune from the chorus "See, the Conquering Hero Comes" in Handel's oratorio Judas Maccabeus (first performed without this chorus in 1746). Handel initially used the tune in his oratorio Joshua (1747) but transferred it to Judas Maccabeus in 1751; such changes we…

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Worship in Song #14

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