All things praise thee, Lord most high

All things praise thee, Lord most high. George William Conder* (1821-1874). First published in an Appendix of 1874 to Psalms, Hymns, and Passages of Scripture for Christian Worship (Leeds, 1853), generally known as the ‘Leeds Hymn Book’, edited by Conder and other Congregationalists, including George Rawson*. The book had been first compiled when Conder was minister of Belgrave Chapel, Leeds, from 1849 to 1864, but it is not known when this hymn was written. It had six stanzas, beginning: ‘All things praise thee, Lord most high’ ‘All things praise thee: night to night’ ‘All things praise thee: round her zones’ ‘All things praise thee: high and low’ ‘All things praise thee: heaven’s high...

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