O praise ye the Lord! Praise him in the height
O praise ye the Lord! Praise him in the height. Sir Henry Williams Baker* (1821-1877).
This paraphrase is based on Psalm 150, with contributions from Psalm 148, and an allusion in verse 2 to 1 John 3:1-2 which gives a Christian character to the text. It first appeared in the Second Edition of A&M (1875):
O praise ye the Lord! Praise Him in the height;Rejoice in His Word, Ye Angels of light;Ye heavens, adore Him By Whom ye were made,And worship before Him, In brightness arrayed.
O praise ye the Lord! Praise Him upon earth,In tuneful accord, Ye sons of new birth;Praise Him Who hath brought you His grace from above,Praise Him Who hath taught you To sing of His love.
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