617. Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above

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1 Sing praise to God who reigns above,
The God of all creation,
The God of pow'r, the God of love,
The God of our salvation.
With healing balm our souls are filled;
All our laments with peace are stilled.
To God all praise and glory!

2 O God, what your great pow'r has made,
In mercy you are keeping;
By morning glow or evening shade,
Your eye is never sleeping;
In the dominion of your might
All things are just and good and right.
To God all praise and glory!

3 We seek you, Lord, in our distress;
O God, in mercy hear us.
O Savior, see our helplessness
And come with peace to cheer us.
For this we thank and praise you, Lord,
Who are by one and all adored.
To God all praise and glory!

4 All who confess Christ's holy name,
Give God the praise and glory!
And all who know God's pow'r, proclaim:
Give God the praise and glory!
Cast ev'ry idol from its throne;
God is the Lord, and God alone:
To God all praise and glory!

Text Information
First Line: Sing praise to God who reigns above
Title: Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above
German Title: Sei Lob und Ehr' dem höchsten Gut
Translator: Frances E. Cox, 1812-1897
Author: Johann J. Schütz, 1640-1690
Meter: 8 7 8 7 88 7
Language: English
Publication Date: 2011
Topic: Praise
Tune Information
Name: MIT FREUDEN ZART
Meter: 8 7 8 7 88 7
Key: D Major
Source: Bohemean Brethren's Kirchengesange



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