Praise ye Jehovah! Praise the Lord most holy
Praise ye Jehovah! Praise the Lord most holy. Margaret Cockburn-Campbell* (1808-1841).
Lady Campbell was a member of the Brethren, and this hymn, with others by her, was first published a year after her early death in James George Deck*’s Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs (1842, enlarged 1847). It had four stanzas:
Praise ye Jehovah! Praise the Lord most holy, Who cheers the contrite, girds with strength the weak; Praise him who will with glory crown the lowly, And with salvation beautify the meek.
Praise ye the Lord for all his loving-kindness, And all the tender mercy he hath shewn; Praise him who pardons all our sin and blindness, And call us Sons, and takes us for his...
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