Greatness Gratitude


Tune: Hanover

('O worship the King')


Psalm 46 v.1-2

God is our refuge and strength, a very

Present help in trouble, here know truly

Therefore we will not fear, though removed earth be

And though mountains be cast into midst of sea


Psalm 47 v.6-7

Sing praises to God, sing praise day and night

Sing praises to our King, He dwells in light

For God He the King over all the earth be

And reigns over each thing in earth, land, and sea


Psalm 48 v.9-10

We have thought, Lord, of your loving kindness

In the midst of your temple, you us bless

As is your name, so is your praise, great and high

You hear our prayers and pleas, unto you we cry


Psalm 47 v.1-3

O clap your hands, all you people, and shout

Unto God with joy, let praises ring out

For the Lord most high is terrible, awesome

King o'er the earth, to Him shall all nations come

  • Author: orchidee (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 10th, 2024 03:26
  • Comment from author about the poem: A hymn-poem in
  • Category: Spiritual
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  • Goldfinch60

    Good one Orchi.

    • orchidee

      Thanks Gold.

    • GenXer Shamrocker โ˜˜๏ธ

      Love it!!!

      • orchidee

        Thanks GS. Not burst into tears if I sing/screech it? I know it's very difficult not to be (negatively) affected by my melodious voice. lol.

      • Angelia Lamar


        • orchidee

          Thanks A.

        • sorenbarrett

          That about says it all Orchi. Good write

          • orchidee

            Thanks SB.

          • Neville

            I remember Oh' worship the king from school

            • orchidee

              Thanks N. Written by a statesman I think, Robert Grant, so it has a sort of majestic feel to it.

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