Sunday, October 12, 2008

Praise God

Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow...
Praise Him, all creatures here below...
Praise Him above, ye heavenly host...
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Written in 1674 by Thomas Ken

God is good...I have much to be thankful for. And so I sing "Praise God from whom all blessings flow"...a song I have been singing since I was a child. It was often sung at family gatherings as a table four part harmony. It's a beautiful song of praise...for Thanksgiving and every day!


  1. We too sang this song often around our family dinner table. Down through the ages people have recognized Who the blessings come from and praise Him. What a privelage to continue passing the message on to the next generation. YES! Praise God. Kathy

  2. God is good!

    I have fond memories of singing this song also as a child.

    How is your daughter doing? I am praising God with you for her health and a speedy recovery.

    Blessings on you new grandma!

  3. judy, i haven't been by in awhile and in just a few days, so much has happened. i better check in daily with my friends whether i think i have the time or not. i am so greatful that heidi is on the mend and that her little darling was unaware...she knew she was loved and that is what matters.
    still praying!
    i love that song and it is still very much part of our tradition!

  4. Have a great thanksgiving! A great weekend to sing the doxology!

  5. Happy Thanksgiving and praise be to GOD!

  6. Praise Him always!

    Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  7. Happy Thanksgiving!! I loved reading about you singing at the dinner table. There's so much to Praise God about we could never run out of things!

  8. Yes...that song is playing in my head now too....around the dinner table in four part harmony. We must have gown up in the same family! Blessings on you and your family this Thanksgiving. Much to be thankful and so glad that Heidi is on the mend!

  9. I grew up singing this song at the close of services at church. I love it:>)


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