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Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Author: Michael Perry (1942-1996) Hymnal: Ancient and Modern #360 (2013) Hymnal Title: Ancient and Modern Lyrics: 1 Bring to the Lord a glad new song, children of grace extol your king; worship and praise to God belong — to instruments of music, sing! Let those be warned who spurn God's name, let rulers all obey God's word; for justice shall bring tyrants shame: let every creature praise the Lord! 2 Sing praise within these hallowed walls, worship beneath the dome of heaven; by cymbals' sounds and trumpets' calls let praises fit for God be given: with strings and brass and wind rejoice — then, join our song in full accord all living things with breath and voice: let every creature praise the Lord! Topics: Children and All-Age Worship; Church Worship; Gathering; God in judgement and justice; Music and Song; Praise Scripture: Psalm 149 Languages: English Tune Title: JERUSALEM

Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Hymnal: Church Family Worship #54 (1988) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Church Family Worship Languages: English
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Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Author: Michael Arnold Perry (1942-1996) Hymnal: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #106 (2005) Hymnal Title: Church Hymnary (4th ed.) Lyrics: 1 Bring to the Lord a glad new song, children of grace extol your king: your love and praise to God belong- to instruments of music, sing! Let those be warned who spurn God's name, let rulers all obey God's word: for justice shall bring tyrants shame: let every creature praise the Lord! 2 Sing praise within these hallowed walls, worship beneath the dome of heaven; by cymbals' sound and trumpets' calls let praises fit for God be given: with strings and brass and wind rejoice-- then, join our song in full accord all living things with breath and voice: let every creature praise the Lord! Topics: Music and Song; Praise; Word of God Scripture: Psalm 149 Languages: English Tune Title: JERUSALEM

Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Hymnal: Glory to God (Music ed.) #4 (1994) Hymnal Title: Glory to God (Music ed.) Tune Title: Jerusalem

Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Author: Michael Perry (born 1942) Hymnal: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #336 (1987) Hymnal Title: Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) Topics: God's Church Praise and Adoration; The Ascension of Christ; Pentecost 3 The Church's Confidence in Christ; Pentecost 15 Those in Authority; Last Sunday after Pentecost Citizens of Heaven Scripture: Psalms 149, 150 Languages: English Tune Title: JERUSALEM
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Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Author: Michael Arnold Perry (1942-1996) Hymnal: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #106 (2008) Hymnal Title: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise Lyrics: 1 Bring to the Lord a glad new song, children of grace extol your king: your love and praise to God belong- to instruments of music, sing! Let those be warned who spurn God's name, let rulers all obey God's word: for justice shall bring tyrants shame- let every creature praise the Lord! 2 Sing praise within these hallowed walls, worship beneath the dome of heaven; by cymbals' sound and trumpets' calls let praises fit for God be given: with strings and brass and wind rejoice then, join our song in full accord all living things with breath and voice; let every creature praise the Lord! Topics: Music and Song; Praise; Word of God Scripture: Psalm 150 Languages: English Tune Title: JERUSALEM

Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Hymnal: Sing Glory #78 (1999) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: Sing Glory

Bring to the Lord a glad new song

Author: Michael Arnold Perry, 1942-1996 Hymnal: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #200 (2004) Hymnal Title: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook Topics: The Temple Praise Scripture: Psalm 149 Languages: English Tune Title: JERUSALEM

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