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Praise His name, at whose command,
Still their ancient course they hold,
By th' Almighty word controllid!
Praise Jehovah, all below
Watery depths, and all that be
Palm and olive, oak and pine,
And rivers as ye
Princes, peasants, great and small;
Manly youth and virgins shy,
He His chosen seed hath blest :
They should praise their Maker best.
“ Hallelujah! for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth."— Rev. xix. 6.
The Lord is King ! lift up thy voice,
The Lord is King! who then shall dare
The Lord is King! child of the dust,
He reigns! ye saints, exalt your strains :
The Man of love, the Crucified.
Come, make your wants, your burdens known;
Oh, when His wisdom can mistake,
his children cease to sing, The Lord Omnipotent is King.
Alike pervaded by His eye,
parts of his dominion lie;
This world of ours and worlds unseen,
And thin the boundary between.
One Lord, one empire, all secures :
With God all things are
" Who then can be saved ? possible.”—Mark x. 37.
Oh, how shall feeble flesh and blood
Burst through the bonds of sin ?
What man shall enter in ?
Despising all that worldlings love,
By which the soul's enslaved,
Oh, who can thus be saved ?
He who made all things, He who said,
Let there be light, can give
This saving strength, can raise the dead,
And bid the sinner live,
And will not He who ransom'd man,
A Saviour's work fulfil ?