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Psalm 150 (in God's Own House Pronounce His Praise) Post by :Ronnie Category :Poems Author :Isaac Watts Date :August 2011 Read :1640

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Psalm 150 (in God's Own House Pronounce His Praise)

Psalm 150. 1 2 6
A song of praise.


In God's own house pronounce his praise,
His grace he there reveals;
To heaven your joy and wonder raise,
For there his glory dwells.

Let all your sacred passions move,
While you rehearse his deeds;
But the great work of saving love
Your highest praise exceeds.

All that have motion, life, and breath,
Proclaim your Maker blest;
Yet when my voice expires in death,
My soul shall praise him best.




(The end)
Isaac Watts's poem: Psalm 150 In God's Own House Pronounce His Praise)

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