"We Sing the Almighty Power of God"
                           by Isaac Watts, 1674-1748
                                  Text From:
                (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1942)p.38

        1. We sing the almighty power of God,
        Who bade the mountains rise,
        Who spread the flowing seas abroad
        And built the lofty skies.

        2. We sing the wisdom that ordained
        The sun to rule the day;
        The moon shines, too, at His command,
        And all the stars obey.

        3. We sing the goodness of the Lord,
        Who fills the earth with food,
        Who formed His creatures by a word
        And then pronounced them good.

        4. Lord, how Thy wonders are displayed
        Where'er we turn our eyes,
        Whene'er we view the ground we tread
        Or gaze upon the skies!

        5. There's not a plant nor flower below
        But makes Thy glories known;
        And clouds arise and tempests blow
        By order from Thy throne.

        6. On Thee each moment we depend;
        If Thou withdraw, we die.
        Oh, may we ne'er that God offend
        Who is forever nigh!

Notes: Hymn #43 from _The Handbook to the Lutheran Hymnal_ Text: Ps. 149 Author: Isaac Watts, 1715 Tune: "Ich singe dir" 1st Published in: _Harmonischer Liederschatz_ Town: Frankfurt, 1738
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