The Song of Thanksgiving

Services

9:15AM - Sunday School, 10:30AM & 6:00 pm - Sunday Worship Services 6:45PM - Weds. Prayer

by: Bradley Berglund

11/21/2017

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I invite you to our special Thanksgiving Service on November 22. ..........

We invite you to give thanks to God for what He has done for you ...........

Along with the familiar Thanksgiving hymns, we will introduce the one below. We do not know who wrote it or when it was written, but its message is timeless. ..........

We will sing it to the same tune as "O Worship the King!" .............................

The Song of Thanksgiving ..........................

My soul, praise the Lord, speak good of his name; .

His mercies record, his bounties proclaim. .

To God, their Creator, let all creatures raise .

The song of thanksgiving, the chorus of praise.


Though hidden from sight, God sits on his throne,

Yet here by his works Creator is known:

The world shines a mirror its Maker to show,

And heav’n views its image reflected below.


By knowledge supreme, by wisdom divine,

God governs the earth with gracious design.

O’er beast, bird, and insect his providence reigns,

Whose will first created, whose love still sustains.


And man, his last work, with reason endued,

Though fallen through sin, by grace is renewed:

To God, his Redeemer, let man ever raise

The song of thanksgiving, the chorus of praise.

I invite you to our special Thanksgiving Service on November 22. ..........

We invite you to give thanks to God for what He has done for you ...........

Along with the familiar Thanksgiving hymns, we will introduce the one below. We do not know who wrote it or when it was written, but its message is timeless. ..........

We will sing it to the same tune as "O Worship the King!" .............................

The Song of Thanksgiving ..........................

My soul, praise the Lord, speak good of his name; .

His mercies record, his bounties proclaim. .

To God, their Creator, let all creatures raise .

The song of thanksgiving, the chorus of praise.


Though hidden from sight, God sits on his throne,

Yet here by his works Creator is known:

The world shines a mirror its Maker to show,

And heav’n views its image reflected below.


By knowledge supreme, by wisdom divine,

God governs the earth with gracious design.

O’er beast, bird, and insect his providence reigns,

Whose will first created, whose love still sustains.


And man, his last work, with reason endued,

Though fallen through sin, by grace is renewed:

To God, his Redeemer, let man ever raise

The song of thanksgiving, the chorus of praise.

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