Worthy Art Thou

Worthy of praise is Christ our Redeemer

Author: Tillit S. Teddlie
Tune: WORTHY ART THOU*
Published in 12 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Worthy of praise is christ our Redeemer,
Worthy of glory, honor and pow'r!
Worthy of all our souls [sic] adoration,
Worthy art Thou! Worthy art Thou!

Refrain:
Worthy of riches, blessings and honor,
Worthy of wisdom, glory and pow'r!
Worthy of earth and heaven's thanksgiving
Worthy art Thou! Worthy art Thou!

2 Lift up the voice in praise and devotion,
Saints of all earth before Him should bow;
Angels in heaven worship Him saying,
Worthy art Thou! Worthy art Thou! [Refrain]

3 Lord, may we come before Thee with singing,
Filled with Thy spirit, wisdom and pow'r;
May we ascribe Thee glory and honor,
Worthy art Thou! Worthy art Thou! [Refrain]

Source: Melodies of Love #144

Author: Tillit S. Teddlie

Tillit Sidney Teddlie was born on June 3, 1885 at Swan, Texas. He was a leader in the Churches of Christ denomination in the 20th Century. In addition to singing schools which he taught for 61 years, he also preached and taught across Texas and the southwest. For one period of time (two years) he sang only with Foy E. Wallace, Jr., (a well-known, conservative Churches of Christ preacher around World War II) while they conducted meetings across the country. Teddlie was honored by many people in many places. On June 2, 1985, 630 churches across the land proclaimed Sunday “Tillit S. Teddlie Day” and sang his songs. Teddlie had composed 130 songs and published 14 song books. One of his song books, "Golden Harvest Hymns" included 100 of… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Worthy of praise is Christ our Redeemer
Title: Worthy Art Thou
Author: Tillit S. Teddlie
Refrain First Line: Worthy of riches, blessings and honor

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Instances

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Great Songs of the Church (Revised) #168

Text

Melodies of Love #144

Sacred Selections for the Church #5

Include 9 pre-1979 instances
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