We See the Lord

This is a charismatic-style hymn, which is based on the prophet's view of heaven expressed in Isaiah 6.

This original author and composer are unknown.

The song was published in:
  • Songs of Praise from Scripture in Song Recordings Ltd, New Zealand in 1973
  • A typed "home made" hymnal most probably from the 1970's and used by the Charismatic movement in Ireland
  • Let's Just Praise the Lord, published by Community Church, Maadi, Egypt in1978
  • Complete Mission Praise by Marshall Pickering, London, England in  1999
  • Renew! Songs and Hymns for Blended Worship, Hope Publishing, 1995
  • Singing Our Faith a Hymnal for Young Catholics, GIA Publications, Chicago, USA, 2001


The hymn can have additional verses ("see", "hear", "love", etc) added as required.



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Examples

Singer with band, professional recording:


Choir with band:


1970s Recording by the Fisherfolk:


Lyrics

We see the Lord.
We see the Lord,
And He is high and lifted up
And His train fills the temple.
He is high and lifted up
And His train fills the temple.
The angels cry "Holy",
The angels cry "Holy",
The angels cry "Holy is the Lord."

We hear ....

We love ....

See more ...

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We see the Lord.
We see the Lord,
And He is high and lifted up
And His train fills the temple.
He is high and lifted up
And His train fills the temple.
The angels cry "Holy",
The angels cry "Holy",
The angels cry "Holy is the Lord."

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