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Psalm 117: Praise the Lord, All Nations

This is a word-for-word musical setting of Psalm 117 - NASB - written by Mary Rose Jensen. Included are an MP3 with vocalist Debby McElroy and a PDF from the songbook “Songs of Joy.” Text from the New American Standard Bible used with permission from The Lockman Foundation.

Psalm 117

Reflection:

How does this psalm piece interpret the psalm? 
Praise the Lord, All Nations is from the childrens project Songs of Joy. It was written as a childrens singalong or choir anthem which could include a second part. It is now being used in Sunday morning worship, including as a gradual during Epiphany. It is a way to teach children a psalm and to give a prayer of praise. 

Liturgical Suggestions:

In childrens ministry (Sunday school, school, choir) or in Sunday morning worship. Suitable for teaching a large group a psalm or for singing an easy two-part harmony or a round (for singing around a campfire, e.g.). 

Score in PDF available:

Copyright Information:

Text: Psalm 117, New American Standard Bible, © 2020, The Lockman Foundation  
Music: Mary Rose Jensen, © 1991, Garden Rose Music  
Used by permission. 
Contact for text: www.lockman.org 
Contact for Music: Garden Rose Music, P.O. Box 16040, Sugar Land, TX, 77496, mjensen7@comcast.net 

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