KurtCarrAlbum2Praise him in the sanctuary,
Praise him in the mighty firmament,
For his excellent power and greatness,


Praise the Lord!
Praise him with the sound of the trumpet,
Psaltery, harp, the tambourine, and dance.
Let the cymbals' crash ring out and
Praise the Lord!

[Chorus:]
Let everything, everything,
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
May his work be applauded forever.
Let everything, everything,
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
Let all heaven and earth come together.

For the Lord is good, the Lord is good.
For the Lord is good, praise the Lord.
For the Lord is good, the Lord is good.
For the Lord is good, praise the Lord.
(Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh... Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh...)
Praise the Lord!

(Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh... Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh...)

Let everything, everything,
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
May his work be applauded forever, forever!
Let everything, everything,
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
Let all heaven and earth come together...
And praise... the Lord.

[Bridge:]

[Worship leader speaks / choir sings]
(Let everything!)
Let everything that has breath praise...

(Every breathing thing!)
The Lord...!

(Every living thing!)
Let everything that has breath praise...

(Ah, yes, let's join the angels and give him glory!)
The Lord...!
Let everything that has breath praise...
The Lord!

(Hey! Our God is worthy of glory and majesty and...)
Let everything that has breath praise...
The Lord...!

(Come on, singers. Let's do this!)
Let everything that has breath...

[Worship leader, spoken:]
Ah, my favorite Scripture says
One day every knee shall bow
And every tongue confess that he is Lord
So let everything that has breath praise!

[Choir sings / worship leader speaks:]
Let everything that has breath, praise!
(Everything dwelling on earth,
And everything soaring in heaven's atmosphere!)

Let everything that has breath, praise!
(Every warm-blooded, breathing thing,
Every living creature!)

Let everything that has breath, praise!
(Every upright walking thing, praise him!
Every creeping thing! Let everything...)

Let everything that has breath, praise!
(Every flying thing, every swimming thing...
God created everything to give him glory!)

If I had... ten thousand tongues...
That wouldn't be enough
(Ten thousand tongues couldn't express my praise!)

To give you praise!
(Oh God, I owe you praise!)
I owe you praise, praise! Praise, praise!

[Ending:]
Let everything, everything (Everything!)
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
(Let all heaven and earth unite, come together!)
Let all heaven and earth come together.
(And praise the Lord!)
And praise the Lord...!

Praise the Lord!

 

 

Reflections to Consider

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Publications

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Music

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Audio & Video

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