Glory to God in the highest.@Luke 2:14
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Fanny Crosby (1820-1915)

Fanny Crosby, in The Golden Censer, by William Bradbury (New York: William B. Bradbury, and Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Company, 1864), pages 116-17.

William B. Bradbury (🔊 pdf nwc).

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William B. Bradbury (1816-1868)

Glory to God in the highest!
Glory to God! Glory to God!
Glory to God in the highest!
Shall be our song today;
Another year’s rich mercies prove
His ceaseless care and boundless love;
So let our loudest voices raise
Our glad and grateful song of praise.

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Glory to God in the highest!
Glory to God in the highest!
Glory, glory, glory, glory,
Glory be to God on high!
Glory, glory, glory, glory,
Glory be to God on high!

Glory to God in the highest!
Glory to God! Glory to God!
Glory to God in the highest!
Shall be our song today;
The song that woke the glorious morn
When David’s greater Son was born;
Sung by a heavenly host, and we
Would join th’angelic company.

Refrain

Glory to God in the highest!
Glory to God! Glory to God!
Glory to God in the highest!
Shall be our song today;
And while we with the angels sing,
Gifts, with the wise men, let us bring
Unto the Babe of Bethlehem,
And offer our young hearts to Him.

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Glory to God in the highest!
Glory to God! Glory to God!
Glory to God in the highest!
Shall be our song today;
O, may we, an unbroken band,
Around the throne of Jesus stand,
And there with angels and the throng
Of His redeemed ones, join the song.

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