1 Not unto us, O Lord of Heaven,
But unto You be glory given.
In love and truth You do fulfill
The counsels of Your sovereign will;
Though nations fail Your power to own,
Yet You still reign, and You alone.
2 The idol gods of heathen lands
Are but the work of human hands;
They cannot see, they cannot speak,
Their ears are deaf, their hands are weak;
Like them shall be all those who hold
To gods of silver and of gold.
3 Let Israel trust in God alone,
The Lord whose grace and power are known;
To God your full allegiance yield,
That one will be your help and shield;
All those who fear God will be blest,
His saints have proved God's faithfulness.
|First Line:||Not unto us, O Lord of heaven|
|Title:||Not Unto Us, O Lord of Heaven|
|Source:||The Psalter, 1912; alt.|
|Composer:||Walter Pelz (1977)|
|Adapter:||W. Thomas Jones (1980)|
|Copyright:||Tune copyright © 1977 by Hinshaw Music, Inc. Used by permission.; Adaptation © 1980 W. Thomas Jones. Used by permission.|