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Rejoice, ye saints, rejoice and praise

Rejoice, ye saints, rejoice and praise

Author: J. H. Evans
Tune: LONGWOOD (51127)
Published in 14 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Rejoice, ye saints, rejoice and praise
The blessings of redeeming grace!
Jesus, your everlasting tower,
Stands firm against the tempter’s power.

2 He is a refuge ever nigh;
His love endures as mountains high;
His name’s a rock, which winds above
And waves below can never move.

3 While all things change, He changes not;
He ne’er forgets, though oft forgot;
His love will ever be the same;
His Word, enduring as His name.

4 Rejoice, ye saints, rejoice and praise
The blessings of this wondrous grace!
Jesus, your everlasting tower
Can bear, unmoved, the tempest’s power.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10008

Author: J. H. Evans

Evans, James Harrington, M.A., son of the Rev. Dr. Evans, priest-vicar of Salisbury Cathedral, was born. April 15, 1785, and educated at Wadham College, Oxford, where he graduated in 1803, and became a Fellow in 1805. Taking Holy Orders in 1808 he remained in the Church of England until 1815, when he seceded, and became a Baptist Minister. He was the Minister of John Street Baptist Chapel, Gray's Inn Road, London, for many years. He died at Stonehaven, Scotland, Dec. 1, 1849. His Memoir and Remains were published by his son in 1852. In addition to various prose works, Dialogues on Important Subjects, 1819; Checks to Infidelity, 1840; and others, he also published:— Hymns, Selected Chiefly for Public Worship, London, printed by E. Justi… Go to person page >

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First Line: Rejoice, ye saints, rejoice and praise
Author: J. H. Evans


Rejoice ye saints, rejoice and praise. J. H. Evans. [Praise for Redemption.] From his Memoirs, &c, 1852. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)



The Cyber Hymnal #10008
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