HOME | Contents |     

R

 

Alphabetical list of hymn texts

 

A   B   C   D   E/F   G  H   I   J   K/L   M   N   O   P   R   S   T   U/W   Y/Z

 

Raise Your Voices to the Lord

 

Redeemer of Israel

 

Rejoice! A Glorious Sound Is Heard

 

Rejoice, the Lord Is King!

 

Rejoice Ye Saints of Latter-Days

 

 

Reverently and Meekly Now

 

Ring Out, Wild Bells

 

Rise Up, O Men of God

 

Rise, Ye Saints, and Temple Enter

 

Rock of Ages

 

Raise Your Voices to the Lord, 61 - Evan Stephens

 

  1. Raise your voices to the Lord,

Ye who here have heard his word.
As we part, his praise proclaim,

Shout thanksgiving to his name.

 

  1. Shout thanksgiving! Let our song

Still our joy and praise prolong,
Until here we meet again

To renew the glad refrain.

 

 

Redeemer of Israel, 6 - William W. Phelps, adapted from Joseph Swain. Included in the first LDS hymnbook, 1835.

 

  1. Redeemer of Israel, Our only delight, On whom for a blessing we call,
    Our shadow by day And our pillar by night, Our King, our Deliv'rer, our all!

 

  1. We know he is coming To gather his sheep And lead them to Zion in love,
    For why in the valley Of death should they weep Or in the lone wilderness rove?

 

  1. How long we have wandered As strangers in sin, And cried in the desert for thee!
    Our foes have rejoiced When our sorrows they've seen, But Israel will shortly be free.

 

  1. As children of Zion, Good tidings for us. The tokens already appear.
    Fear not, and be just, For the kingdom is ours. The hour of redemption is near.

 

  1. Restore, my dear Savior, The light of thy face; Thy soul-cheering comfort impart;
    And let the sweet longing For thy holy place Bring hope to my desolate heart

 

  1. He looks! and ten thousands Of angels rejoice, And myriads wait for his word;
    He speaks! and eternity, Filled with his voice, Re-echoes the praise of the Lord.

 

 

 

Rejoice! A Glorious Sound Is Heard, 257 - W. O. Robinson

 

  1. Rejoice! A glorious sound is heard In triumph of the right,
    As Zion's youth, in league with truth, Go forth in wondrous might.
    We raise our voice in loyal shout, A great exultant cry:
    Jehovah reigns! Lord God of Hosts, All hail thee, King most high.

 

  1. And down the ages, on and on, Increasing ev'ry hour,
    In loyalty and faith we go, In honor, grace, and pow'r.
    The Light of Light, God's torch of truth, As beacon points the way
    To endless glory, kingdoms great, In realms of perfect day.

 

  1. Arise and sing, ye sons of men; All praise and honor give.
    Arise and sing to his great name, Who died that we might live.
    On Zion's hill, in strength and might, Send forth a joyous strain;
    In triumph over sin and strife, With him in glory reign.

 

 

 

Rejoice, the Lord is King! 66 - Charles Wesley

 

  1. Rejoice, the Lord is King! Your Lord and King adore!
    Mortals give thanks and sing And triumph evermore.
    Lift up your heart! Lift up your voice! Rejoice, again I say, rejoice!
    Lift up your heart! Lift up your voice! Rejoice, again I say, rejoice!

 

  1. The Lord, the Savior, reigns, The God of truth and love.
    When he had purged our stains, He took his seat above.
    Lift up your heart! Lift up your voice! Rejoice, again I say, rejoice!
    Lift up your heart! Lift up your voice! Rejoice, again I say, rejoice!

 

  1. His kingdom cannot fail; He rules o'er earth and heav'n.
    The keys of death and hell To Christ the Lord are giv'n.
    Lift up your heart! Lift up your voice! Rejoice, again I say, rejoice!
    Lift up your heart! Lift up your voice! Rejoice, again I say, rejoice!

 

 

Rejoice, Ye Saints of Latter Days 290 - Mabel Jones Gabbott

 

  1. Rejoice, ye Saints of latter days, For temples now in many lands,
    Where Saints, endowed with pow'r from God, May learn to keep the Lord's commands,
    May learn to keep the Lord's commands.

 

  1. Come, let us go up to his house; We'll make our covenants and say:
    "All we are giv'n we give to thee. Accept our love; we will obey.
    Accept our love, we will obey.

 

  1. O Saints, rejoice! Our kindred dead May now receive eternally
    The fullness of the gospel's joy. Arise, ye Saints, and set them free!
    Arise, ye Saints, and set them free!

 

  1. His earthly kingdom now prepares To greet his kingdom from above.
    Then will the heavens shout for joy, And Christ descend to reign in love,
    And Christ descend to reign in love.

 

 

Reverently and Meekly Now, 185 - Joseph L. Townsend

 

  1. Rev'rently and meekly now, Let thy head most humbly bow.
    Think of me, thou ransomed one; Think what I for thee have done.
    With my blood that dripped like rain, Sweat in agony of pain,
    With my body on the tree I have ransomed even thee.

 

  1. In this bread now blest for thee, Emblem of my body see;
    In this water or this wine, Emblem of my blood divine.
    Oh, remember what was done That the sinner might be won.
    On the cross of Calvary I have suffered death for thee.

 

  1. Bid thine heart all strife to cease; With thy brethren be at peace.
    Oh, forgive as thou wouldst be E'en forgiven now by me.
    In the solemn faith of prayer Cast upon me all thy care,
    And my Spirit's grace shall be Like a fountain unto thee.

 

  1. At the throne I intercede; For thee ever do I plead.
    I have loved thee as thy friend, With a love that cannot end.
    Be obedient, I implore, Prayerful, watchful, evermore,
    And be constant unto me, That thy Savior I may be.

 

 

Ring Out, Wild Bells, 215 - Alfred Tennyson

 

  1. Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, The flying cloud, the frosty light.
    The year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.
    The year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.

 

  1. Ring out the old; ring in the new. Ring, happy bells, across the snow.
    The year is going; let him go. Ring out the false; ring in the true.
    The year is going; let him go. Ring out the false; ring in the true.

 

  1. Ring in the valiant men and free, The larger heart, the kindlier hand.
    Ring out the darkness of the land; Ring in the Christ that is to be.
    Ring out the darkness of the land; Ring in the Christ that is to be.

 

 

Rise Up, O Men of God (Men), (Kenilworth) 323; (Festal Song) 324 - William Pierson Merrill

 

1.  Rise up, O men of God! Have done with lesser things.

Give heart and soul and mind and strength To serve the King of Kings.

 

2.  Rise up, O men of God, In one united throng.

Bring in the day of brotherhood And end the night of wrong.

 

3.  Rise up, O men of God! Tread where his feet have trod.

As brothers of the Son of Man, Rise up, O men of God!

 

 

Verses from the Digital Hymnal

 

1 Rise up, O men of God!
His kingdom tarries long.
Bring in the day of brotherhood
and end the night of wrong.

2 Let women all rise up!
Have done with lesser things.
Give heart and mind and soul and

strength to serve the King of kings.

 

3 Rise up, O men of God!
The church for you doth wait,
her strength unequal to her task;
rise up, and make her great!

4 Lift high the cross of Christ!
Tread where his feet have trod.
Disciples of the Son of Man,
rise up, O church of God!

 

 

Verses from The Cyber Hymnal

 

Rise up, O men of God!
Have done with lesser things.
Give heart and mind and soul and strength
To serve the King of kings.

 

Rise up, O men of God!
The kingdom tarries long.
Bring in the day of brotherhood
And end the night of wrong.

Rise up, O men of God!


The church for you doth wait,
Her strength unequal to her task;
Rise up and make her great!

Lift high the cross of Christ!


Tread where His feet have trod.
As brothers of the Son of Man,
Rise up, O men of God!

 

See also, http://www.oremus.org/hymnal/r/r024.html

 

Rise, Ye Saints, and Temples Enter, 287 - Jean L. Kaberry

  1. Rise, ye Saints, and temples enter; Seek the path that leads ahead.
    Seal in everlasting circles All our loved ones, quick and dead.
  2. Learn the plan of exaltation; With His sacred laws comply.
    Live to earn in binding cov'nant Blessings of our God most high.
  3. Elohim, thou great designer, Wilt thou heaven's pow'rs bestow,
    As thy faithful sons and daughters Serve in temples here below.

 

 

Rock of Ages, 111 - Augustus M. Toplady

  1. Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in thee;
    Let the water and the blood, From thy wounded side which flowed,
    Be of sin the double cure, Save from wrath and make me pure.
  2. Not the labors of my hands Can fill all thy law's demands;
    Could my zeal no respite know, Could my tears forever flow,
    All for sin could not atone; Thou must save, and thou alone.
  3. While I draw this fleeting breath, When mine eyes shall close in death,
    When I rise to worlds unknown And behold thee on thy throne,
    Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in thee.

 

 

Top

website-hit-counters.com
website design companies