Let us with a gladsome mind
|Let us with a gladsome mind|
|Based on||Psalm 136|
|Melody||"Monkland" by John Bernard Wilkes|
Let us with a gladsome mind is a hymn written in 1623 by John Milton, a pupil at St. Paul's School, at the age of 15 as a paraphrase of Psalm 136. It was set to music as the hymn tune known as Monkland by the organist John Bernard Wilkes using a melody written by John Antes.
- Let us with a gladsome mind
- Praise the Lord, for he is kind,
- For his mercies aye endure,
- Ever faithful, ever sure.
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