A Collection of Praise & Worship Hymns

The word hymn derives from Greek ὕμνος, which means “a song of praise.”

Everyone love to sing old-fashion Christian songs of hope and inspiration. I have make a collection for us to worship the Lord God related to praise and worship. Each hymn will show us the assurance and joy of salvation that the writer expressed in song towards God. Here is one of my favorites:

Worship, and Thanks, And Blessings

1 WORSHIP, and thanks, and blessing,
And strength ascribe to Jesus!
Jesus alone
Defends his own,
When earth and hell oppress us.
Jesus with joy we witness
Almighty to deliver;
Our seals set to,
That God is true,
And reigns a King for ever.

2 Omnipotent Redeemer,
Our ransomed souls adore thee;
Our Saviour thou,
We find it now,
And give thee all the glory.
We sing thine arm unshortened,
Brought through our sore temptation;
With heart and voice
In thee rejoice,
The God of our salvation.

3 Thine arm hath safely brought us
A way no more expected,
Than when thy sheep
Passed through the deep,
By crystal walls protected.
Thy glory was our rear-ward,
Thine hand our lives did cover,
And we, even we,
Have passed the sea,
And marched triumphant over.

4 The world, and Satan’s malice
Thou, Jesus, hast confounded;
And, by thy grace,
With songs of praise
Our happy souls resounded.
Accepting our deliverance,
We triumph in thy favour,
And for the love
Shall praise thy name for ever.

For more hymns to read, click here. »


Published by Sister Shelena

I'm the author of "A Real Desire To Praise God," and "Are You Worshipping In Spirit and In Truth?" Get copies today at Amazon.com

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