To God be the glory, great things He hath done

To God be the glory, great things He hath done,
So loved He the world that He gave us His Son,
Who yielded His life our redemption to win,
And opened the life-gate that all may go in.
  Praise the Lord, praise the Lord,
  Let the earth hear His voice;
Praise the Lord, praise the Lord,
  Let the people rejoice;
Oh, come to the Father, through Jesus the Son,
  And give Him the glory; great things He hath done.
Oh, perfect redemption, the purchase of blood,
To every believer the promise of God;
The vilest offender who truly believes,
That moment from Jesus a pardon receives.
Great things He hath taught us, great things He hath done,
And great our rejoicing through Jesus the Son;
But purer, and higher, and greater will be
Our wonder, our transport when Jesus we see.
Emmanuel Gabriel


Thanks be to Jesus.

Acha Ekeah Vincent

Douala, Littoral, Cameroon

This song always makes me to review my standing with God, Some times it just makes me weep.

Jacky Thompson


This one is my favourite hymms of all times.


Cape Town, South Africa

Should the 3rd line not be "'redemption for sin" instead of "redemption to win"?


Hong Kong

A song for endless ages to praise God!


Nrh, TX, Albania




The hymn that will always pull even the feeblest knees to stand. It's always playing in my heart. God's love for us is great.


Empangeni, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa


Edward Kinuthia

Nairobi, Kenya

Praise God.. Oh hallelujah for His greatness and countless mercies... Thank You God Lord for this far.


London, United Kingdom

Praise the Lord indeed, we have to give God the glory for all the great things He has done for us. I love this song.

Third, we may classify the hymns by the sentiment expressed in the hymns. This is the deepest and most important matter in choosing a hymn. The sentiment of a hymn is the tender feeling of that hymn. The more tender a hymn is, the deeper is its sentiment. Two hymns may have the same subject and be under the same subdivision, but there may be a difference between them in sentiment. For example, Hymns, #39 and #52 are both hymns on the worship of the Father, but they have very different sentiments. Hymns, #39 is a good hymn that is full of excitement. Singing this hymn may make us want to shout. In contrast, Hymns, #52 is a very tender and fine hymn, perhaps the most tender and fine hymn in the section on the worship of the Father. If we study and pray over this hymn, we will sense how deep and tender its feeling is.