Hymn: Give Praise and Glory Unto God

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Give praise and glory unto God,
The Father of all blessing;
His mighty wonders tell abroad,
His graciousness confessing.
With balm my inmost heart He fills,
His comfort all my anguish stills.
To God be praise and glory.
The host of heaven praiseth Thee,
O Lord of all dominions;
And mortal men, on land and sea,
Beneath Thy shadowing pinions,
Exult in Thy creative might
That doeth all things well and right.
To God be praise and glory.
What God hath wrought to show His power
He evermore sustaineth;
He watches o’er us ev’ry hour,
His mercy never waneth.
Thro’ all His kingdom’s wide domain,
His righteousness and justice reign,
To God be praise and glory.

Raised in a home filled with books on Western civilization, P.G. Mantel became a lover of history at an early age. An amateur writer of verse, he makes himself useful as an editor for Men of the West.

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