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O That Men Would Praise Their God!

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  1. O That Men Would Praise Their God! Text: Psalm 107:8-24 Music: Dwight Armstrong Page 66

  2. O that men would praise their Godfor all His good-ness and all His works! • Verse 1 of 3

  3. For He fills the hun-gry soul, and they who are thirst-y He sat-is-fies. • Verse 1 of 3

  4. Some are bound in dark-ness and chains, For their re-bel-lion a-gainst the Most High. • Verse 1 of 3

  5. O that men would praise their God for all His good-ness and all His love! • Verse 2 of 3

  6. He has o-pened the pris-ons wide, and saved men from death where they lay en-slaved; • Verse 2 of 3

  7. In their trou-ble they cried to Him, And with His word He de-liv-ered their lives. • Verse 2 of 3

  8. O that men would praise their God for all He does for the sons of men! • Verse 3 of 3

  9. O that they would give thanks to Himwith shouts of joy and with songs of praise! • Verse 3 of 3

  10. Some crossed ov-er the stormy seas; They see the won-dersof God in the deep. • Verse 3 of 3

  11. Now Thank We All Our God TEXT Martin Rinkart, 1636; translated by Catherine Winkworth, 1858 MUSIC: Johann Cruger, 1647; from Felix Mendelssohn’s “Hymn of Praise,” 1840 Page 117

  12. Now thank we all our God with hearts and hands and voic-es, • Verse 1 of 3

  13. Who won-drous things hath done, in whom His Church re-joic-es, • Verse 1 of 3

  14. Who from our moth-ers’ arms hath blessed us on our way • Verse 1 of 3

  15. With count-less gifts of love, and still is ours to-day. • Verse 1 of 3

  16. O may this boun-teous God through all our lives be near us, • Verse 2 of 3

  17. With ev-er joy-ful hearts and bless-ed peace to cheer us, • Verse 2 of 3

  18. And keep us in His grace, and guide us when per-plexed, • Verse 2 of 3

  19. And free us from all ills in this world and the next. • Verse 2 of 3

  20. All praise and thanks to God, the Fa-ther, now be giv-en, • Verse 3 of 3

  21. The Son, the One who reigns with Him in high-estheav-en, • Verse 3 of 3

  22. The one E-ter-nal God, whom earth and heav’n a-dore; • Verse 3 of 3

  23. For thus it was, is now, and shall be ev-er-more. • Verse 3 of 3

  24. How Good and How Pleasant Music: Psalm 133; John 17; Ephesians 4; I John 3:23 Words: Ross Jutsum Page 132

  25. How good and how pleas-ant for breth-ren to dwell • Verse 1 of 3

  26. To-geth-er in u-nit-y, so Da-vid did tell; • Verse 1 of 3

  27. Like beau-ti-ful mu-sic, a breath-tak-ing view, • Verse 1 of 3

  28. Like most pre-ciousoint-ment, like fresh morn-ing dew • Verse 1 of 3

  29. That de-scend-ed on the moun-tains of Zi-on long be-fore; • Verse 1 of 3

  30. God com-mand-ed a bless-ingof life for-ev-er-more. • Verse 1 of 3

  31. How good and how pleas-ant for breth-ren to be • Verse 1 of 3

  32. Dwell-ing safe-ly to-geth-er in sweet har-mo-ny. • Verse 1 of 3

  33. Now Je-sus was pray-ingwith fer-vent de-sire • Verse 2 of 3

  34. That all who be-lieve in His great name might be one. • Verse 2 of 3

  35. With voic-es u-nit-ed, to-geth-erwe stand, • Verse 2 of 3

  36. At peace with the Heav-en-lyFa-ther and Son. • Verse 2 of 3

  37. When we come in-to the knowl-edge and u-ni-ty of God, • Verse 2 of 3

  38. And we grow and we fol-low the steps that Je-sustrod, • Verse 2 of 3

  39. How good and how pleas-ant for breth-ren to be • Verse 2 of 3

  40. Dwell-ing safe-ly to-geth-er in sweet har-mo-ny. • Verse 2 of 3

  41. One bod-y, one spir-it, one Lord and one faith, • Verse 3 of 3

  42. One ho-lyCre-a-tor God, the Fa-ther of all; • Verse 3 of 3

  43. One bap-tis-m pic-tur-inglife ev-er-more, • Verse 3 of 3

  44. One hope and sal-va-tion, just as we are called. • Verse 3 of 3

  45. Like the dew that had de-scend-ed from Zi-on long be-fore, • Verse 3 of 3

  46. God com-mand-ed a bless-ingof life for-ev-er-more. • Verse 3 of 3

  47. How good and how pleas-ant for breth-ren to be • Verse 3 of 3

  48. Dwell-ing safe-ly to-geth-er in sweet har-mo-ny. • Verse 3 of 3