Psalm 106:1 First Part [To God, The Great, The Ever Blest] by Isaac Watts

Psalm 106:1. 1-5. First Part
Praise to God; or, Communion with saints.

To God, the great, the ever blest,
Let songs of honour be addrest:
His mercy firm for ever stands;
Give him the thanks his love demands.

Who knows the wonders of thy ways?
Who shall fulfil thy boundless praise?
Blest are the souls that fear thee still,
And pay their duty to thy will.

Remember what thy mercy did
For Jacob’s race, thy chosen seed;
And with the same salvation bless
The meanest suppliant of thy grace.

O may I see thy tribes rejoice,
And aid their triumphs with my voice!
This is my glory, Lord, to be
Join’d to thy saints, and near to thee.

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