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Aplicación oficial de la letra del Himnario Evangélico Presbiteriano “Sólo a Dios la gloria” Iglesia Nacional Presbiteriana de México

La Iglesia Nacional Presbiteriana de México, como parte de la Iglesia Uni- versal, se inserta en la historia de nuestro país desde hace más de un siglo y cuarto, y hoy está presente en casi todo el territorio nacional. Nuestra iglesia siempre ha observado fidelidad a las Sagradas Escrituras, conside- rándolas como su única regla infalible de fe y práctica de la vida cristiana, así como también a la rica tradición heredada de la reforma religiosa del siglo XVI, misma en la que se reincorporó al culto público, la alabanza del pueblo al Dios vivo y verdadero.

Los presbiterianos de México hemos aprendido desde temprana edad que la alabanza se tributa a Dios quien merece toda honra, toda gloria y todo honor. Himnos como «Con cánticos, Señor», «Hoy te alabamos Dios de bondad», «Sólo a ti, Dios y Señor» y «Santo, santo, santo» son algu- nas de las joyas musicales de mayor arraigo entre el pueblo presbiteriano, mismas con las que se ha dado gloria a Dios y edificado a su Iglesia por más de cuatro décadas. La Biblia dice que: «Dios habita en medio de las alabanzas de su pueblo», Salmo 22.3. Es por eso que su iglesia siempre ha gozado de su presencia, toda vez que le canta y le exalta. En el pasado se usó música de origen sajón, consagrada para el canto congregacional, y la himnología protestante se enriqueció con las traducciones y com- posiciones originales de himnólogos mexicanos como Juan B. Cabrera, Eleazar Z. Pérez y Vicente Mendoza, por mencionar sólo algunos.
Official application of the letter of the Presbyterian Evangelical Hymnal “Only to God the glory” National Presbyterian Church of Mexico

The National Presbyterian Church of Mexico, as part of the Universal Church, has been inserted in the history of our country for more than a century and a quarter, and today it is present in almost the entire national territory. Our church has always observed faithfulness to the Sacred Scriptures, considering them as its only infallible rule of faith and practice of the Christian life, as well as the rich tradition inherited from the religious reform of the 16th century, in which it rejoined to public worship, the praise of the people to the living and true God.

The Presbyterians of Mexico have learned from an early age that praise is paid to God who deserves all honor, all glory and all honor. Hymns like "With songs, Lord," "Today we praise God of goodness," "Only you, God and Lord" and "Holy, holy, holy" are some of the most deeply rooted musical gems among the Presbyterian people. , same with which glory has been given to God and built up his Church for more than four decades. The Bible says that "God dwells in the midst of the praises of his people," Psalm 22.3. That is why his church has always enjoyed his presence, every time he sings and exalts him. In the past, music of Saxon origin was used, consecrated for congregational singing, and the Protestant hymnology was enriched with the original translations and compositions of Mexican hymologists such as Juan B. Cabrera, Eleazar Z. Pérez and Vicente Mendoza, to mention only Some.
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