1 Sing to the Lord, sing his praise, all you peoples,
New be your song as new honors you pay;
Sing of his majesty, bless him for ever,
Show his salvation from day to day.
2 Tell of his wondrous works, tell of his glory,
Till through the nations his name is revered;
Praise and exalt him, for he is almighty,
God over all let the Lord be feared.
3 Vain are the heathen gods, idols and helpless;
God made the heavens, and his glory they tell;
Honor and majesty shine out before him,
Beauty and strength in his temple dwell.
4 Give unto God most high glory and honor,
Come with your off'rings and humbly draw near;
In holy beauty now worship Jehovah,
Tremble before him with godly fear.
5 Make all the nations know God reigns for ever;
Earth is established as he did decree;
Righteous and just is the King of the nations,
Judging the people with equity.
6 Let heav'n and earth be glad; waves of the ocean,
Forest and field, exultation express;
For God is coming, the Judge of the nations,
Coming to judge in his righteousness.
|First Line:||Sing to the Lord, sing his praise, all you peoples|
|Title:||Sing to the Lord, Sing His Praise|
|Topic:||Worship; God: His Sovereignty; False Gods2 more...|
|Source:||The Psalter, 1912; mod.|