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How good it is

Added 18th March 2014


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How good it is to sing praises to our God,
how good it is to sing his praise!
How good it is to sing praises to our God.
Praise the Lord!

Great is the Lord, our mighty King,
there is no end to all he knows.
Each shining star he calls by name;
lift up the Lord, come sing his praise.

The Lord provides for all our needs,
delights in those who hope in him.
He binds our wounds and gives us strength;
sing to the Lord with thankful hearts.

We praise you, God,
praise you, the one true God.
We praise you, God, our King.

Bible Passages: Psalm 147
Themes: Praise

This song, based on Psalm 147, started life as an ad lib refrain during a time of Psalm-surfing I was leading at church. The refrain stuck in my head and so became the chorus.

The psalm is a great song of praise, focusing on God's provision and sustaining power; it's a joyous reminder of all he does for us without us even realising, and I hope the song reflects some of that joy and stirs our hearts to praise.

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Kimberly Abram at 12:20 on 26th May 2017
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