1 You servants of God, your Master proclaim,
and publish abroad Christ’s wonderful name.
The name all victorious of Jesus extol,
whose kingdom is glorious, who rules over all.
2 Ascended on high, almighty to save,
he still remains nigh; his presence we have.
The great congregation his triumph shall sing,
ascribing salvation to Jesus our King.
3 “Salvation to God, who sits on the throne!"
Let all cry aloud and honor the Son.
The praises of Jesus the angels proclaim,
fall down on their faces, and worship the Lamb.
4 Then let us adore and give him his right:
all glory and power, all wisdom and might,
all honor and blessing, with angels above,
and thanks never ceasing, and infinite love!
|First Line:||You servants of God, your Master proclaim|
|Title:||You Servants of God, Your Master Proclaim|
|Author:||Charles Wesley (1744, alt.)|
|Scripture:||Deuteronomy 32:3; Psalm 35:18; Psalm 85:9; Psalm 96:1-10; Psalm 103:19-22; Psalm 113:1-5; Psalm 145:12; Isaiah 52:13; Philippians 2:9-11; 1 Timothy 6:16; Jude 24 - 25; Revelation 1:5-6; Revelation 5:9-14; Revelation 7:9-11; Revelation 19:1; Revelation 22:3|
|Topic:||Adoration; The Church; Evangelism2 more...|
|Key:||G Major or modal|
|Source:||A Supplement to the New Version of the Psalms, 1708|
This hymn resembles many 18th-century drawings that show parallels between worship on earth and worship in heaven, especially as described in Revelation 7:9–11. This 18th-century tune has had many names; the one used here honors the dynasty of British monarchs, 1714–1901.
|Audio recording:||Audio (MP3)|