Come Now, and Lift Up Your Hearts

Come now, and lift up your hearts and sing

Alterer: James Minchin; Author: Anonymous
Tune: SWEINDIA
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 Come now, and lift up your hearts and sing,
enter the courts of the King of kings.
Come now, and lift up your hearts and sing,
enter the courts of the King of kings.
Come and rejoice in his wondrous works;
thank him and praise him with joyous psalm.

Refrain:
Come now, and lift up your hearts and sing,
enter the courts of the King of kings.

2 Know that the Lord is a mighty God,
ruler supreme in the realms above;
Know that the Lord is a mighty God,
ruler supreme in the realms above;
he is the Lord of the depths below;
he is the strength of the mountains high. [Refrain]

3 He has created the depths below;
his own hands made the beauteous land;
He has created the depths below;
his own hands made the beauteous land;
gentle and kind, the good shepherd he;
we are the sheep of his pasture land. [Refrain]

4 Come, let us bow down and worship him;
kneel in the presence of God the Lord.
Come, let us bow down and worship him;
kneel in the presence of God the Lord.
If you will hearken and heed his word,
you shall be glad and your hearts rejoice. [Refrain]


Source: Psalms for All Seasons: a complete Psalter for worship #95F

Alterer: James Minchin

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Author: Anonymous

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First Line: Come now, and lift up your hearts and sing
Title: Come Now, and Lift Up Your Hearts
Alterer: James Minchin
Author: Anonymous
Refrain First Line: Come now, and lift up your hearts and sing

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