66. The God of Abraham Praise

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1 The God of Abraham praise,
who reigns enthroned above,
Ancient of everlasting days,
and God of love.
Jehovah, great I AM,
by earth and heaven confessed:
we bow and bless the sacred name
forever blest.

2 He by himself has sworn,
we on his oath depend,
we shall, on eagles' wings upborne,
to heaven ascend;
we shall behold his face,
we shall his power adore,
and sing the wonders of his grace
forevermore.

3 The God who reigns on high
the great archangels sing,
and “Holy, holy, holy!” cry,
“Almighty King!
Who was and is the same,
and evermore shall be:
eternal Father, great I AM,
we worship thee.”

4 The whole triumphant host
give thanks to God on high;
“Hail, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost!”
they ever cry.
Hail, Abraham’s God, and mine!
With heaven our songs we raise;
all might and majesty are thine,
and endless praise.

Text Information
First Line: The God of Abraham praise
Title: The God of Abraham Praise
Paraphraser: Thomas Olivers (c. 1770)
Meter: 6.6.8.4.D.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1990
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: God the Father: Majesty and Power; Biblical Persons; God: Eternal (2 more...)
Source: Paraphrase of Hebrew Yigdal
Tune Information
Name: LEONI
Arranger: Meyer Lyon (c. 1770)
Meter: 6.6.8.4.D.
Key: e minor
Source: Synagogue melody



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