A mighty fortress is our God
One of our pastors in Michigan is Stephen Starkey. He has taken multiple melodies from others and created a good number of excellent hymns including the one you've posted here based on the British/Church of England melody entitled, "I Vow To Thee My Country" which, in turn, is based on the melody known as "Thaxed" by English composer Gustav Holst.The Wisconsin and Missouri Synod Lutherans have the second best music in all of Christendom. It is quite something to hear their songs from the Lutheran Service Book performed on a pipe organ. If I wasn’t Orthodox, I would probably be in one of their churches.
We Praise You and Acknowledge You, O God – Lutheran Service Book 941
1 We praise You and acknowledge You, O God, to be the Lord,
The Father everlasting, by all the earth adored.
To You all angel powers cry aloud, the heavens sing,
The cherubim and seraphim their praises to You bring:
“O holy, holy, holy Lord God of Sabaoth;
Your majesty and glory fill the heavens and the earth!”
2 The band of the apostles in glory sing Your praise;
The fellowship of prophets their deathless voices raise.
The martyrs of Your kingdom, a great and noble throng,
Sing with the holy Church throughout all the world this song:
“O all-majestic Father, Your true and only Son,
And Holy Spirit, Comforter—forever Three in One!”
3 You, Christ, are King of glory, the everlasting Son,
Yet You, with boundless love, sought to rescue ev’ryone:
You laid aside Your glory, were born of virgin’s womb,
Were crucified for us and were placed into a tomb;
Then by Your resurrection You won for us reprieve—
You opened heaven’s kingdom to all who would believe.
4 You sit in splendid glory, enthroned at God’s right hand,
Upholding earth and heaven by forces You command.
We know that You will come as our Judge that final day,
So help Your servants You have redeemed by blood, we pray;
May we with saints be numbered where praises never end,
In glory everlasting. Amen, O Lord, amen!
Sorry, didn't realize I was violating a rule. The link to the book was shorthand for a footnote.