Give glory to the Lord,
Extol His holy name,
Let men and angels' tongues record
His everlasting fame.
While we His love relate,
Who saves the lost from hell,
O ye who kept your first estate,
His sovereign power forth tell!
Among our fallen race,
The living yet are we;
This is our day,--our day of grace,
The last we e'er may see.
Confess we then our sin,
Repent, believe and pray;
Strive the straight gate to enter in,
And force the narrow way.
The Lord delights to bless
The valiant for the truth,
And crown their age with happiness,
Who serve Him from their youth.
Angels, while ye on high
Rejoice o'er ransom'd men;
"The lost is found," we too would cry,
"The dead alive again."
Sacred Poems and Hymns
Give glory to the Lord. J. Montgomery. [Praise.] Written June 1st, 1836 ["M. MSS."], and published as a fly-sheet for the Whitsuntide gathering of the Sheffield Sunday School Union, 1839, in 6 stanzas of 4 line. It is No. 91 in his Original Hymns, 1853. It is in limited use in America.
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
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|A Selection of Hymns: designed as a supplement to the "psalms and hymns" of the Presbyterian church #21||Give glory to the Lord, Extol his holy name||1861||Worship ||
|Sacred Poems and Hymns #91||Give glory to the Lord||Give glory to the Lord||James Montgomery||126.96.36.199||1854|