Sing praises to God.@Psalm 47:6
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Eliza E. Hewitt (1851–1920)

Eli­za E. Hew­itt, in Sun­day School Hymns No. 1 (New York: Tullar-Mer­e­dith, 1903), num­ber 112.

Grant C. Tul­lar (🔊 pdf nwc).

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Grant C. Tullar (1869–1950)

O sing His praise, who governs earth and sky;
Sing His tender mercy, ever nigh;
Sing of the love that ransoms man from sin,
Love that conquered death, our souls to win.

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Sweet praises bring the heav’nly King;
To every nation tell His everlasting love;
Sweet praises bring the heav’nly King;
He guides us in His ways,
He sends the sunny days;
And every cloud His will obeys
With blessing from above.

O sing His praise, with gratitude sincere;
Tokens of His goodness thro’ the year;
Sing of the care providing for our needs,
Thro’ the stranger-land, He gently leads.

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O sing His praise; the thankful notes prolong;
Let our lives re-echo every song;
Let heart and hand the happy strain repeat,
Laying loving service at His feet.

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