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Stand Up and Sing to the Lord [Complete Hymn with Lyrics]

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Stand Up and Sing to the Lord [Complete Hymn with Lyrics]

The hymn entitled ‘Stand Up and Sing to the Lord‘ is one of the hymns used in Christian communities during worship. Catholic faithful use this hymn as Entrance Hymns for the Mass and other liturgical celebrations. You will find below the lyrics of this hymn.

Stand Up and Sing to the Lord Lyrics

Chorus:

Stand and sing to the Lord,

we’re gathered to worship lift up your heart and be not afraid,

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we’ve come together to share His love.

Stand up and sing to the Lord.

1. Praise the lord from the heavens,

praise Him in the heights,

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praise Him all you His hosts.

Praise Him sun and moon,

praise Him all you shinning stars.

2. Praise Him you highest heavens,

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and you waters above the heavens.

Let them praise the name of the Lord,

for He commanded and they were created,

He established them for ever and ever,

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He gave them a duty which shall not pass away.

3. Praise the lord from the earth,

you sea monsters and all depths fire and hail,

snow and mist, storm winds that fulfil His word,

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you mountains and all you hills you fruit trees and all you cedars,

you wild beasts and all tame animal,

you creeping things and you winged fowl.

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