O Lord, You are my God and KingTune: JERUSALEM
Published in 3 hymnals
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1 O Lord, You are my God and King,
And I will ever bless Your Name.
I will extol You every day,
And evermore Thy praise proclaim.
You, Lord, are greatly to be praised.
Your greatness is beyond our thoughts;
All generations shall tell forth
The mighty wonders You have wrought.
2 How rich in grace are You, O Lord
Full of compassion, merciful,
Your steadfast love You show to all,
For You are good in all Your ways,
Your creatures know Your constant care.
To all Your works Your love extends,
All souls Your tender mercies share.
3 Your works will give You thanks, O Lord,
Your saints Your mighty acts will show,
Till all the peoples of the earth
Your kingdom, power, glory know.
Eternal is Your kingdom, Lord,
Forever strong, forever sure;
While generations rise and die,
Your high dominion will endure.
Presbyterian Hymnal, 1990
|First Line:||O Lord, You are my God and King|
|Title:||O Lord, You Are My God and King|
|Source:||The Psalter, 1912; alt.|
|Instances (1 - 3 of 3)||First Line||Title||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Glory to God: the Presbyterian Hymnal #270||O Lord, you are my God and King||O Lord, You Are My God and King (Psalm 145)||JERUSALEM||LMD||Psalm 145; Exodus 34:6; Numbers 14:18; Isaiah 38:19||2013||Care of Creation | ; Kingdom of God | ; Praise | ; Jesus Christ | Ascension and Reign||<i>The New Metrical Version of the Psalms</i>, 1909, alt.|
|Presbyterian Hymnal: hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs #252||O Lord, You are my God and King||O Lord, You Are My God and King||JERUSALEM||LMD||Psalm 145:1-13||1990||<i>The Psalter</i>, 1912; alt.|
|Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #89||O Lord, you are my God and King||TRURO||88.88||Psalm 145||1999||Adoration and Praise | ; Celebration of Faith | ; Christ tne King Sunday | ; Creation | ; Faithfulness of God | ; Festal Joy | ; Grace | ; Hymns Specially Suitable for Children | ; Kingdom of God | ; Majesty of God | ; Mission/Sending | ; Morning | ; People of God | ; Truth |||<cite>The Psalter Hymnal (1959), alt.|