Praise the Lord, praise, O servants of the Lord.@Psalm 113:1

From The Psalter (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912), number 306.

Andre William B. Bradbury (1816-1868) (🔊 pdf nwc).

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William B. Bradbury (1816-1868)

Praise God, ye servants of the Lord,
O praise His name with one accord;
Bless ye the Lord, His name adore
From this time forth forevermore,
From this time forth forevermore.

From rising unto setting sun
Praised be the Lord, the Mighty One;
He reigns o’er all, supreme in might,
Above the heavens in glory bright,
Above the heavens in glory bright.

On whom but God can we rely,
The Lord our God who reigns on high,
Who condescends to see and know
The things of Heaven and earth below,
The things of Heaven and earth below?

He lifts the poor and makes them great,
With joy He fills the desolate;
Praise ye the Lord and bless His name,
His mercy and His might proclaim,
His mercy and His might proclaim.

The barren woman feels His power
And comes to sacred motherhood,
Adorns with grace the home of man.
Sing hallelujah! God is good.