Tune: OLD HUNDREDTH

Words: The Psalter, 1912, alt.

Music: Louis Bourgeois, 1551

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O thank the Lord, the Lord of love,
O thank our God, all gods above;
His tender mercies, ever sure,
to all eternity endure.

O thank the mighty King of kings,
whose arm has done such wondrous things;
His tender mercies, ever sure,
to all eternity endure.

His wisdom gave the heav'ns their birth,
and on the waters spread the earth;
His tender mercies, ever sure,
to all eternity endure.

He taught the glorious lights their way,
He made the sun to rule the day;
His tender mercies, ever sure,
to all eternity endure.

He set the moon, with milder light,
and shining stars to rule the night;
His tender mercies, ever sure,
to all eternity endure.

He looked on us amidst our woes,
and rescued us from all our foes;
His tender mercies, ever sure,
to all eternity endure.

Give thanks to heaven's mighty King,
who daily feeds each living thing;
His tender mercies, ever sure,
to all eternity endure.
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