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Through All the World

Author: Bryan Jeffery Leech, b. 1931 Meter: 10.4.6.6.6.6.10.4 Appears in 7 hymnals Matching Instances: 5 First Line: Through all the world let every nation sing to God Lyrics: 1 Through all the world let every nation sing to God, the king! As Lord may Christ preside where now he is defied, and sovereign place his throne in lands not yet his own. Through all the world let every nation sing to God, the King! 2 Through all the world let everyone express true righteousness! May Christ be now the norm to which we all conform, his passion cure the sin that festers from within. Through all the world let every one express true righteousness! 3 Through all the world let every one embrace the gift of grace! May Christ’s great light consume our cities darkest gloom; may Christ’s great love efface hostilities of race. Through all the world let every one embrace the gift of grace! 4 If all the world in every part shall hear and God revere, we must be moved to care and in his name to share the liberating Word which must be told abroad. Then all the world in every part shall hear and God revere! Topics: Service Used With Tune: CONRAD
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Let All the World

Author: George Herbert Meter: 14.12.12.14 Appears in 157 hymnals Matching Instances: 2 First Line: Let all the world in every corner sing Lyrics: 1 Let all the world in every corner sing: my God and King! The heavens are not too high, his praise may thither fly; the earth is not too low, his praises there may grow. Let all the world in every corner sing: my God and King! 2 Let all the world in every corner sing: my God and King! The church with psalms must shout, no door can keep them out; but, more than all, the heart must bear the longest part. Let all the world in every corner sing: my God and King! Topics: Cosmos Scripture: Psalm 66:4 Used With Tune: CONRAD

Lift Up Your Heads, You Everlasting Doors

Author: Stephen P. Starke, b. 1955 Meter: 14.12.12.14 Appears in 1 hymnal Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Lift up your heads, you everlasting doors, And weep no more! Scripture: Psalm 24:3-10 Used With Tune: CONRAD

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