5135. O Lord, Our Lord

1. O Lord, our Lord, in all the earth,
How excellent Thy name!
Thy glory Thou hast spread afar
In all the starry frame.

2. From lips of children, Thou, O Lord,
Hast mighty strength ordained,
That adversaries should be stilled
And vengeful foes restrained.

3. When I regard the wondrous heavens,
Thy handiwork on high,
The moon and stars ordained by Thee,
Oh, what is man! I cry.

4. Oh, what is man, in Thy regard
To hold so large a place!
And what the son of man, that Thou
Dost visit him in grace!

5. For Thou hast made him little less
Than Thy blest angels be;
With honor Thou hast crowned his head
And glorious dignity.

6. On man Thy wisdom hath bestowed
A pow’r well nigh divine;
With honor Thou hast crowned his head
With glory like to Thine.

7. Thou hast subjected all to him,
And lord of all is he,
Of flocks and herds, and beasts and birds,
And all within the sea.

8. Thy mighty works and wondrous grace
Thy glory, Lord, proclaim.
O Lord, our Lord, in all the earth
How excellent Thy name!

Text Information
First Line: O Lord, our Lord, in all the earth
Title: O Lord, Our Lord
Meter: CM
Language: English
Source: The Psalter (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The United Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1912), number 114
Copyright: Public Domain
Notes: Al­ter­nate tune: CLINTON, Jo­seph P. Hol­brook, 1870
Tune Information
Meter: CM
Incipit: 11234 55336 55215
Key: f minor
Source: Scot­tish Psal­ter, 1615
Copyright: Public Domain

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