Loores dad a Cristo el Rey

Representative Text

1 Loores dad a Cristo el ray,
Suprema potestad;
de su divino a mor la ley,
Postrados aceptad.
De su divino amor la ley,
Postrados aceptad.

2 Vosotros, hijos de Israel,
Residuo de la grey,
Loores dad a Emmanuel
Y proclamadle rey.
Loores dad a Emmanuel
Y proclamadle rey.

3 Gentiles, que por gracia de él
Gozáis de libertad,
Al que de vuestro ajenjo y hiel
Os libra, hoy load.
Al que de vuestro ajenjo y jiel
Os libra, hoy load.

4 Naciones todas, escuchad
Y obedeced su ley;
Mirad su amor y santidad
Y proclamadle rey.
Mirad su amor y santidad
Y proclamadle rey.

5 Dios quiera que con los que están
Del trono en derredor,
Cantemos por la eternidad
A Cristo el Salvador.
Cantemos por la eternidad
A Cristo el Salvador.



Source: Culto Cristiano #79

Author: Edward Perronet

Edward Perronet was the son of the Rev. Vincent Perronet, Vicar of Shoreham, Kent. For some time he was an intimate associate of the Wesleys, at Canterbury and Norwich. He afterwards became pastor of a dissenting congregation. He died in 1792. In 1784, he published a small volume, entitled "Occasional Verses, Moral and Social;" a book now extremely rare. At his death he is said to have left a large sum of money to Shrubsole, who was organist at Spafield's Chapel, London, and who had composed the tune "Miles Lane" for "All hail the power of Jesus' Name!" --Annotations of the Hymnal, Charles Hutchins, M.A. 1872. ------ Perronet, Edward. The Perronets of England, grandfather, father, and son, were French emigres. David Perronet cam… Go to person page >

Translator: Thomas M. Westrup

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Text Information

First Line: Loores dad a Cristo el Rey
English Title: All hail the power of Jesus' name
Author: Edward Perronet
Translator: Thomas M. Westrup
Meter: 8.6.8.6.8.6
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

CORONATION (Holden)

Like MILES LANE (470), CORONATION was written for this text. Oliver Holden (b. Shirley, MA, 1765; d. Charlestown, MA, 1844) composed the tune in four parts with a duet in the third phrase. The tune, whose title comes from the theme of Perronet's text, was published in Holden's Union Harmony (1793).…

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Celebremos Su Gloria #241

Himnos de la Iglesia #48

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