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Ye Who His Temple Throng

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1 You who his temple throng,
Jehovah's praise prolong,
new anthems sing;
you saints, with joy declare
your Maker's loving care,
and let the children there
joy in their King.

2 O let his name employ
your ev'ry note of joy,
his praises speak;
he looks with loving face
upon his chosen race,
and will with ev'ry grace
adorn the meek.

3 You saints, your joy proclaim
and glory in the name
Of God above;
and when the daylight dies,
ere sleep shall close your eyes,
let praise to God arise
for all his love.

Source: Trinity Psalter Hymnal #166

Text Information

First Line: Ye who His temple throng
Title: Ye Who His Temple Throng
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



Felice de Giardini (b. Turin, Italy, 1716; d. Moscow, Russia, 1796) composed ITALIAN HYMN in three parts for this text at the request of Selina Shirley, the famous evangelically minded Countess of Huntingdon. Giardini was living in London at the time and contributed this tune and three others to Mar…

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