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Give laud unto the Lord from heaven that




Give laud unto the Lord,
from heav'n that is so high;
Praise him in deed and word
above the starry sky
And also ye
His angels all, armies royal,
Praise joyfully.


Praise him both moon and sun,
which are so clear and bright;
The same of you be done,
ye glitt'ring stars of light:
And ye no less,
Ye heavens fair, clouds of the air,
His praise express.


For at his word they were
all formed as we see,
At his voice did appear
all things in their degree,
Which he set fast;
To them he made a law and trade
Always to last.


Extol and praise God's Name
on earth, ye dragons fell;
All deeps do ye the same,
for it becomes you well:
The same do ye,
Fire, hail, ice, snow, and storms that blow
At his decree.


The hills and mountains all,
and trees that fruitful are,
The cedars great and tall,
his worthy praise declare:
Beasts and cattle,
Yea, birds of wing, and worms creeping,
That on earth dwell.


All kings both great and small
with all their pompous train;
Princes and judges all
that in the world remain,
Exalt his Name:
Young men and maids, old men and babes,
Do ye the same.


For his Name shall we prove
to be most excellent,
Whose praise is far above
the earth and firmament;
For sure he shall
Exalt with bliss the horn of his,
And help them all.


His saints all shall forth tell
his praise and worthiness,
he sons of Israel,
each one both more and less:
And also they
That with good will his words fulfill,
And him obey.

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LYRICS
Meter: 6 6 6 6 4 4 4 4
Writer(s):
    Trans/Adapted:
      Dates: 1812
      Bible Refs: Ps 148;
      LIST OF LYRIC SOURCES
      Hymn/Song Book Year Song #
      1812# 148
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