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Song of the Three Children/ Daniel 3:52-56

Hymn on One License

You are blest, Lord God of our fathers

Tune: [You are blest, Lord God of our fathers]
Published in 5 hymnals

Representative Text

Cantor/Choir:
1 You are blest, Lord God of our fathers.
2 Blest be your glorious holy name.
3 You are blest in the temple of your glory.
4 You are blest on the throne of your kingdom.
5 You are blest who gaze into the depths.
6 You are blest who sit above the cherubim.
7 You are blest in the firmament of heaven.

Assembly: To you glory and praise for evermore.


Source: Worship (3rd ed.) #859

Text Information

First Line: You are blest, Lord God of our fathers
Title: Song of the Three Children/ Daniel 3:52-56
Source: The Grail
Refrain First Line: To you glory and praise
Copyright: © 1963, The Grail, GIA Publications, Inc. agent

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 5 of 5)

Gather Comprehensive #151

RitualSong #206

Worship (3rd ed.) #84

Text

Worship (3rd ed.) #859

Worship (4th ed.) #117

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