Hallelujah. We praise. Our song is one with the chants of the Levites in the days of the Temple’s glory. On this very festival, they sang their psalms of praise, the Hallel.
Our song is one with all the hymns of flesh and blood which sing the triumph of men together over the powers of destruction.
And will be one with the praise songs of all peoples:
Praise, for the earth restored to its goodness;
Praise for men restored to themselves;
Praise for life fulfilled in sacred celebration:
Praise God, all ye nations!
Sing praises unto Him, all ye peoples,
For the faithfulness of the Lord has been mighty with us,
And the truth of the Lord is forever.
I lift up the cup of deliverance
And call upon the name of the Lord.
We will praise the Lord forever.
Out of the depths, I call upon the Lord!
He answered me with deliverance.
We will not die but live.
The dead praise not the Lord,
Nor any that go down into silence.
But we will praise the Lord forever.
I shall walk before the Lord in the land of the living
We will not die, but live
God is my strength and my song,
And He has become my triumph.
And will praise the Lord Forever.
The stone which the builders rejected
Has become the chief cornerstone.
We will not die, but live,
Live to declare the works of the Lord
And we will praise the Lord forever.
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