1 All ye who faithful Servants are
of our Almighty King,
Both high and low, and small and great,
his Praise devoutly sing.
2 Let us rejoice, and render Thanks
to his most holy Name;
Rejoice, rejoice, for now is come
the Marriage of the Lamb.
3 His Bride her self has ready made
how pure and white her Dress!
Which is the Saints Integrity,
and spotless Holiness.
4 O therefore blest is ev'ry one
who to the Marriage Feast,
And holy Supper of the Lamb
is call'd a welcome Guest.
Source: Appendix, Containing a Number of Hymns Taken Chiefly from Dr. Watts's Scriptural Collection #XXX
All ye who faithful servants are. Tate & Brady. [Holy Communion.] This is Hymn ii. of the three hymns for Holy Communion which were given in the Supplement to the New Version, 1699. It is based on Rev. xix., and is in 4 stanzas of 4 lines. It is found in a few modern hymnals only, including Kennedy, 1863, No. 646, and the Sarum, 1868, No. 225, in both of which the changes in st. iv. of 1. 1, "bless'd" to "blest," and 1. 4, "Is call'd" to "Is made a welcome guest," are given. The text is otherwise correct.
-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)