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Praise him evermore

We sing the Father's wondrous love

Author: Edwards
Tune: LYNGHAM
Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 We sing the Father’s wondrous love, Its rich and boundless store; Its rich and boundless store; We, too, shall love him in return, And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore. 2 We sing the Savior’s life and death, Who all our sorrows bore, Who all our sorrows bore; We’ll bless him with our latest breath, And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore. 3 We sing the Spirit’s cleansing pow’r, Who doth our souls restore, Who doth our souls restore; In holy living may we learn And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore. 4 And when, redeemed and sanctified, We reach the heav’nly shore, We reach the heav’nly shore, We shall extol the Triune God, And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore, And praise him evermore.

Source: Great Revival Hymns No. 2 #196

Author: Edwards

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Text Information

First Line: We sing the Father's wondrous love
Title: Praise him evermore
Author: Edwards
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

LYNGHAM

LYNGHAM is a fuguing tune by Thomas Jarman (b. Clipston, Northamptonshire, England, 1776; d. Clipston, 1862), published in his Sacred Music (around 1803). Jarman was a tailor by vocation, but he much preferred his musical avocation. He composed many hymn tunes, which were published in seventeen coll…

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Great Revival Hymns No. 2 #196

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Praise Him #119

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Songs of Grace and Glory #277

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