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4 4 1. Praise the Lord ! praise Him! Men and an-gels u- nite in hap-py song; 2. Praise the Lord! praise Him! Praise His name, for His promis - es are sure;
3. Praise the Lord ! praise Him! Earth's Redeemer,the blessed Prince of Peace! D.C.-Praise the Lord I praise Him! Men and an-gels u- nite in hap-py song!
Praise the Lord ! praise Him! Sing Je - ho-vah's praises loud and long!
Praise Him, ye heav ens!
Praise Him, ye stars of light!
D. C. for Refrain. 1
Praise Him, ye moun
tains! Oh, praise Him day and night!
Of this our might-y God.
Used by permission of the Century Co.
THE SPACIOUS FIRMAMENT ON HIGH.
“Creation.” L. M. D.
Franz Josef Haydn, (1732-1809) 1798.
JOSEPH ADDISON, (1672–1719)
blue e And spangled heavens, a shi - ning frame, Their great 0 - rig - i
2 Soon as the evening shades prevail, 3 What though in solemn silence all
The moon takes up the wondrous tale, Move round this dark terrestrial ball; And nightly to the listening earth What though no real voice nor sound Repeats the story of her birth;
Amidst their radiant orbs be found; Whilst all the stars that round her burn, In reason's ear they all rejoice, And all the planets in their turn, And utter forth a glorious voice; Confirm the tidings as they roll,
For ever singing as they shine: And spread the truth from pole to pole. “The Hand that made us is divine."
ALL THY WORKS, O HEAVENLY FATHER.
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Shall not I, Thy child, much rather Sing Thy praise and do Thy will ?
Hith-er - to Thy hand hath led me, And bath brought me on my way;
To Thy font my parents brought me, Ere Thy ten - der love I knew; Thou who gavest Thy Son to save me, Send Thy Ho - ly Spir - it down;
Thou hast clothed me, Thou hast fed me, Thou hast blest me every day.
THERE IS NO NAME SO SWEET ON EARTH,
“The Blessed Name.” 8. 7. 8. 7. D. (With Refrain.) REV. GEORGE WASHINGTON BETHUNE, (1805–1862 ) 1858.
Sir Joseph Barnby, (1838--1896)
1. There is no name so sweet on earth, No name so dear in heav - en, 2. His hu-man name they did proclaim When A bram's Son they sealed Him,3. And when He hung up the tree, They wrote this name a - bove Him;
that be - fore His wondrous birth To Christ the Sa- vior giv - en. The name that still by God's good will, De - liv - er - er re - vealed Him. That all might see the
For ev - er-more must love Him.
rea - son
We love to sing
a - round our King, And hail Him bless-ed
Je - sus !
For there's no word ear ev-er heard So dear, so sweet as Je - sus!
A - men.
4 So now, upon His Father's throne,
Almighty to release us
The Prince and Savior Jesus.-REF.
6 O Jesus, by that matchless dame,
Thy grace shall fail us never ;
Thou art the same for ever.- REF.
The faithful, precious Jesus, –
So dear, so sweet as Jesus !
5 To Jesus every knee shall bow,
And every tongue confess Him, And we unite with saints in light,
Our only Lord to bless Him.-REF.