I'll Praise My Redeemer

I'll Praise My Redeemer

Submitted Hymn Texts, Submitted Music (1998-2006)

I’ll Praise my Redeemer

When morn’s early sun-shine

Is hiding the stars in the brightness of day,

When night with her shadows,

From meadows and mountain

Before the bright day beams are hasting away.


I’ll praise my Redeemer

When sun-set I gilding

With rich golden splendor the clouds in the west,

When day with her beauty

In darkness is fading,

And, weary with toiling, man welcomes sweet rest.


I’ll praise my Redeemer

Forever and ever,

From morning till evening His love will I sing;

And when with the white-robed

I’m welcomed I’m glory

I’ll shout halleluiah to Jesus my King!


I’ll praise my Redeemer

My King and my Savior;

Give glory and praise to the lamb that was slain!

On earth and in heaven

With saints and the angels,

Sing glad halleluiahs again and again.

Text:  Charles Iheanacho Ekwonye

Album:  Submitted Music (1998-2006)

Composition Date:  2001

More Info:  CMS 2001


Praise, Testimony, Peace