STEM Publishing : hymns : Spiritual Songs : 248: THOU, Thou art worthy, Lord

248: THOU, Thou art worthy, Lord

by Miss Catherine Helene von Poseck (1859-1953)

sung to Ferguson midi score
by G. Kingsley (1811-1884)

1 THOU, Thou art worthy, Lord,
Of most untiring praise;
The Lamb once slain shall be adored
Through everlasting days.

2 Heaven's vault with praise shall ring
Louder and yet more loud;
Millions of saints Thy worth shall sing
Each heart in worship bowed.

3 Worthy! again, again ---
Angels with saints combine,
Ascribing to the Lamb once slain
Wisdom and power divine.

4 The tide shall still roll on,
That tide of endless praise,
Till every creature to Thy throne
Its voice in blessing raise.

5 O Lord, the glad new song
Is ours e'en here to sing;
With loyal heart and joyful tongue
We now our homage bring.

6 "Worthy!" we cry again,
"Worthy for evermore!"
And at Thy feet, O Lamb once slain,
We worship, we adore.

Alternative tunes (S.M.)

Austin midi score
Boylston midi score
Cambridge midi score
Carlisle midi score
Dennis midi score
Fairhead midi score
Falcon Street midi score
Festal Song midi score
Franconia midi score
Huddersfield midi score
Moreland midi score
Rhodes midi score
Russian midi score
Scott midi score
Silchester midi score
Solyma midi score
Spotless One midi score
St. Ethelwald midi score
St. Michael midi score
St. Thomas midi score
Summerfield midi score
Trentham midi score
Venice midi score
Vigil midi score