Scripture Verse

Sing unto God, sing praises to His name. Psalm 68:4


Words: Ma­ry C. Shel­ley, in The Voice of Praise, edited by J. Lin­coln Hall, C. Aus­tin Miles & Ir­vin H. Mack (Phi­la­del­phia: Hall-Mack, 1904), num­ber 159.

Music: Will­iam A. Post (🔊 pdf nwc).

If you know where to get a good pho­to of Shell­ey or Post (head & shoul­ders, at least 200×300 pix­els),


Praise the Lord, in ac­cord,
For His mer­cies free;
Sent in love, from above,
Giv’n to you and me;
Praise His name, bless­èd name,
’Tis a sound so sweet,
O’er and o’er, more and more,
E’er that name re­peat.


[Male voices]
Praise Him, praise Him, as the days go by,
Praise Him, praise Him, as the mo­ments fly;
[All voices in un­ison]
Sing al­le­lu­ia, sing al­le­lu­ia,
Sing, O sing un­to God on high.

Everywhere, let us share,
Love we all may know;
Sound His praise, thro’ life’s days,
Everywhere you go;
Tell to men, once again,
Jesus reigns on high,
Lo, He brings, ev­er brings,
His sal­va­tion nigh.


Winds that blow, flow’rs that grow,
Tell of lov­ing care;
So may we clear­ly see
God is ev­ery­where;
Life and love, from above,
Dwell on ev­ery side;
So may all, great and small,
In His care abide.


Gladly raise songs of praise,
To the Lord of all;
He whose ear bends to hear
All who on Him call;
To His throne, all His own,
May draw nigh, nor fear;
To Him pray, day by day,
He will ev­er hear.