Rejoice! Rejoice! Ye Saints, Rejoice!

Rejoice! Rejoice! Ye saints, rejoice!

Author: C. Russell Hurditch
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1 Rejoice! Rejoice! Ye saints, rejoice!
Rejoice with one accord;
Rejoice with all your heart and voice,
In Christ, th'exalted Lord.

2 Rejoice! Rejoice! lift up your heads,
And praise the living God;
That for your souls the Saviour shed
His own most precious blood.

3 Rejoice! Rejoice! in His sweet name,
With all His saints above;
Our Jesus still abides the same,
And changeless in His love.

4 Rejoice! Rejoice! let praise abound
Before Jehovah's throne;
For dead ones raised, and lost ones found,
And prodigals brought home.

5 Rejoice! Rejoice! ye happy band
Of pilgrims bound for heav'n;
For mercies countless as the sand
Have to your souls been giv'n.

6 Rejoice! Rejoice! the Lord shall come,
According to His Word;
And gather all His ransomed home,
Forever with the Lord.

Source: The Christian Hymnary. Bks. 1-4 #312

Author: C. Russell Hurditch

Hurditch, Charles Russell, was born in Exeter, Dec. 20, 1839. In 1854 he underwent a spiritual change which led him subsequently to undertake religious work in some of the villages of Devonshire, and afterwards to succeed the late Mr. Henry Hull as the Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association, Stafford Street, London. In 1865 he published The London Hymn Book for Prayer Meetings and Special Services. This was revised in 1880. In 1873 he also publishedThe Enlarged London Hymn Book, a Collection of Hymns for Public, Social, and Private Use. Of the smaller work more than half a million copies have been sold; and of the enlarged book the 86th thousand was issued in 1881. To the first (1865) he contributed Nos. 10 and 11 given below: t… Go to person page >

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First Line: Rejoice! Rejoice! Ye saints, rejoice!
Title: Rejoice! Rejoice! Ye Saints, Rejoice!
Author: C. Russell Hurditch
Language: English
Copyright: Public domain


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The Christian Hymnary. Bks. 1-4 #312

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