From all Thy saints in warfareAuthor: Horatio Nelson (1864)
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1 By all your saints still striving,
for all your saints at rest,
your holy name, O Jesus,
forevermore be blessed!
For those passed on before us,
we sing our praise anew
and, walking in their footsteps,
would live our lives for you.
2 We praise you for the Baptist,
forerunner of the Word,
our true Elijah, making
a highway for the Lord.
The last and greatest prophet,
he saw the dawning ray
of light that grows in splendor
until the perfect day.
3 All praise, O Lord, for Andrew,
the first to welcome you,
whose witness to his brother
named you Messiah true.
May we, with hearts kept open
to you throughout the year
proclaim to friend and neighbor
your advent ever near.
4 For Magdalene we praise you,
steadfast at cross and tomb.
Your “Mary!” in the garden
dispelled her tears and gloom.
Apostle to the apostles,
she ran to spread the word.
Send us to shout the good news
that we have seen the Lord!
5 We pray for saints we know not,
for saints still yet to be,
for grace to bear true witness
and serve you faithfully,
till all the ransomed number
who stand before the throne
ascribe all power and glory
and praise to God alone.
Source: Glory to God: the Presbyterian Hymnal #325
|First Line:||From all Thy saints in warfare|
|Author:||Horatio Nelson (1864)|
From all Thy saints in warfare, for all Thy saints at rest. Earl Nelson. [Saints' Days, Special and General.] This hymn was suggested to the author by the hymn, "Ye saints! in blest communion," by Dr. Monsell, in his Hymns of Love and Praise, 1863, the design being the same, which is to furnish a general beginning and ending suitable for a hymn for any special Saint's Day, and to supply intermediate stanzas suitable for the, persons specially to be commemorated. It was first published in a small volume entitled, Hymn for Saints’ Day, and other Hymns. By a Layman, 1864. Some verses were contributed by friends of the author; and the whole was revised by himself for the Sarum Hymnal, 1868" (Church Hymns folio edition, Notes, p. xliv.). Usually this text is repeated in the hymn-books. The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge Church Hymns is an exception in favour of a few minor alterations, and the addition of a new stanza (xviii.) for "All Saints."
-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)
|Instances (1 - 7 of 7)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) #192||For all your saints still active||KING`S LYNN||2008||Various authors|
|Lutheran Service Book #517||By All Your Saints in Warfare||By all Your saints in warfare||KING'S LYNN||Horatio Bolton Nelson, 1823-1913; Harlyn J. Kuschel, b. 1945; Gregory J. Wismar, b. 1946||76 76 D||Hebrews 13:7; 2 Timothy 4:8; Revelation 4:8-11; Revelation 7:9-17||2006||Feasts and Festivals | ; Church Militant | ; Church Triumphnt ||
|Lutheran Service Book #518||By All Your Saints in Warfare||By all Your saints in warfare||KING'S LYNN||Horatio Bolton Nelson, 1823-1913; Harlyn J. Kuschel, b. 1945; Gregory J. Wismar, b. 1946||76 76 D||Hebrews 13:7; 2 Timothy 4:8; Revelation 4:8-11; Revelation 7:9-17||2006||Feasts and Festivals | ; Church Triumphnt ||
|Glory to God: the Presbyterian Hymnal #325||By All Your Saints Still Striving||By all your saints still striving||KING’S LYNN||Horatio Bolton Nelson||184.108.40.206.D||Matthew 3:1-6; Matthew 4:18-22; Matthew 16:13-20; Matthew 28:1-10; Mark 1:16-18; Mark 8:27-30; Mark 10:35-45; Mark 16:1-9; Luke 9:18-27; Luke 21:1-12; John 1:35-44; John 20:1-18; 2 Timothy 4:8; Hebrews 13:7; Revelation 1:1-3; Revelation 7:9-17||2013||The Church | ; Evangelism | ; Praise | ; Sending ||
|Ambassador Hymnal: for Lutheran worship #168||For All Thy Saints in Warfare||From all Thy saints in warfare||AURELIA||Horatio Bolton Nelson, 1823-1913||76 76 D||1994||All Saints Day | ; Kingdom Of God ||
|Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary #558||From All Thy Saints in Warfare||From all Thy saints in warfare||H. B. Nelson, 1823-1913||76 76 76 76||1996||Saints and Martyrs ||
|The Cyber Hymnal #1620||From All Thy Saints in Warfare||From all Thy saints in warfare||EWING||Horatio Nelson||76.76 D||<cite>Hymn for Saint's Day and Other Hymns</cite>, 1864|