Praise the LORD! Praise the LORD from the heavens; praise Him in the heights! Praise Him, all His angels; praise Him, all His hosts! Praise Him, sun and moon; praise Him, all you stars of light! Praise Him, you heavens of heavens, and you waters above the heavens! Let them praise the name of the LORD, for He commanded and they were created. He also established them forever and ever; He made a decree which shall not pass away.
Praise the LORD from the earth, you great sea creatures and all the depths; fire and hail, snow and clouds; stormy wind, fulfilling His word; mountains and all hills; fruitful trees and all cedars; beasts and all cattle; creeping things and flying fowl; kings of the earth and all peoples; princes and all judges of the earth; both young men and maidens; old men and children. Let them praise the name of the LORD, for His name alone is exalted; His glory is above the earth and heaven. And He has exalted the horn of His people, the praise of all His saints-of the children of Israel, a people near to Him. Praise the LORD!
And you can sing it too!
Praise ye, praise ye the Lord — Columbia
Original Trinity Hymnal, #108
From Psalm 148
Praise ye, praise ye the Lord
In yonder heav’nly height;
Ye angels, all his hosts,
In joyful praise unite;
O sun and moon, declare his might,
Show forth his praise, ye stars of light.
Praise him, ye highest heav’ns,
Praise him, ye clouds that roll,
Created by his pow’r
And under his control,
Ye heavens that stand eternally,
Established by his firm decree.
Ye creatures in the sea
And creatures on the earth,
Your mighty Maker praise
And tell his matchless worth;
Praise him, ye stormy winds that blow,
Ye fire and hail, ye rain and snow.
Ye hills and mountains, praise,
Each tree and beast and bird;
Ye kings and realms of earth,
Now let your praise be heard;
By high and low, by young and old,
Be all his praise and glory told.
By all let God be praised,
For he alone is great;
Above the earth and heav’n
He reigns in glorious state;
Praise him, ye saints, who know his grace
And ever dwell before his face.