Shane & Shane - Psalm 98 (Sing Unto The Lord) Lyrics




Let the seas roar and all that fills it
Let the world rejoice and all who are in it
Let the rivers clap their hands
And the mountains sing
Strike up the band
Come usher in Jesus the King

Sing unto the Lord
A new song for what He's done
He's made known to us
His salvation
Make a joyful noise
Oh all the earth
Break forth in joyous song
Sing praise

Moses and Aaron were before Him
Samuel called upon His name
And He answered them
Through a cloud by day
What they knew by faith
We know by name
Jesus the King

Sing unto the Lord
A new song for what He's done
He's made known to us
His salvation
Make a joyful noise
Oh all the earth
Break forth in joyous song

Sing praise, sing praise
Sing praise, sing hallelujah
Sing praise, sing praise
Sing praise, sing hallelujah
Sing praise, sing praise
Sing praise, sing hallelujah

Sing unto the Lord
A new song for what He's done
He's made known to us
His salvation
Make a joyful noise
Oh all the earth
Break forth in joyous song
Sing praise
Sing praise





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  1. crivosarb

    Great Song! Thank You for it! Many Blessings.

  2. MILY ESCRIBA

    I can’t stop listening! Praise the LORD GOD ALMIGHTY!!!! 🙏🏼🙌🏼👍🏼

  3. Over Comer

    Great work in reviving psalms and hymns with excellent gifted true worship !

  4. brnt allyn

    Love what they did with the psalms

  5. Michelle L Kuenzi

    I wish I could understand the counterpart lyrics that are being sung during the last chorus. It sounds so pretty, if I could only understand them :D Anyone know?

    All you who have _______________, breathing out __________ _______________, praises to our King, allelujah. Anyone??

    Honey Vang

    All you who have breath, breathe it out and sing praises to our King, Allelujah!

  6. mkl62

    I am an ELCA Lutheran from South Carolina. Today (November 13, Pentecost 26), this was our Psalm of the Day. It can also be read on Christmas Day, which is on the horizon. Don't believe me? Go in any store right now and see. Our pastor mentioned in her sermon that "Joy to the World" can be sung to compliment this psalm. She said that if you really look at the lyrics, there is really nothing Christmas related to it. "Joy to the World" was written by Isaac Watts and is really about the second coming of Christ. And he will come again. And this time, it will not be as a helpless baby in Bethlehem. BE READY!

  7. Strong Humble Friend

    Beautiful song.

  8. Debby Amos

    Psalm 98 (Sing Unto the Lord)
    by ShaneAndShane

    let the seas roar and all that fills it
    let the world rejoice and all who are in it
    let the rivers clap their hands
    and the mountains sing
    strike up the band
    come usher in Jesus the King

    sing unto the Lord
    a new song for what He's done
    He's made known to us
    His salvation
    make a joyful noise
    O all the earth
    break forth in joyous song
    sing praise

    Moses and Aaron were before Him
    Samuel called upon His Name
    and He answered them
    through a cloud by day
    what they knew by faith
    we know by Name
    Jesus the King

    sing unto the Lord
    a new song for what He's done
    He's made known to us
    His salvation
    make a joyful noise
    O all the earth
    break forth in joyous song

    sing praise sing praise
    sing praise sing hallelujah
    sing praise sing praise
    sing praise sing hallelujah
    sing praise sing praise
    sing praise sing hallelujah

    sing unto the Lord
    a new song for what He's done
    He's made known to us
    His salvation
    make a joyful noise
    O all the earth
    break forth in joyous song
    sing praise
    sing praise

    Michelle L Kuenzi

    I wish I could understand the counterpart lyrics that are being sung during the chorus. It sounds so pretty, if I could only understand them :D Do you know?

    All you have _________________, breathing out ___________ ___________, praises to our King, allelujah.

    Andrew Beebe

    Michelle L Kuenzi you mean the bridge? "All you who have breath, breathe it out and sing, praises to our King, sing hallelujah" the lyrics blow me away!