For All The Saints Hymn. Thy hand o lord has guided. 167 come, let us sing an evening hymn.
Thou, in the darkness drear, their one true light. Thou wast their rock, their fortress and their might; 69 all glory, laud, and honor.
Thou Art Our Rock, Our Fortress, And Our Might;
O thou who at thy eucharist did pray. For all the saints 1. For all the saints hymn.
Oh, May Thy Soldiers, Faithful, True, And Bold, — Fight As The Saints Who Nobly Fought Of.
O blest communion, fellowship divine! 168 as the shadows fall. Thou, lord, their captain in the well fought fight;
2 Thou Wast Their Rock, Their Fortress, And Their Might;
For all the saints, who from their labors rest, who thee by faith before the world confessed, thy name, o jesus, be forever blessed. At the feast of all saints we remember them and this hymn speaks of how they, alongside jesus, are part of the heavenly battle of good against evil. William clayton penned this hymn on april 15, 1846, after he received the joyous news that his son was born in good health and the dismal news that his wife was suffering from illness.
The Most Popular Pioneer Trail Hymn Is “Come, Come, Ye Saints.”.
It is also based, in part, on a passage from the new testament book of hebrews. According to the church news, clayton wrote in his journal, “this morning i composed a new. Thou, in the darkness drear, their one.
For All The Saints, Who From Their Labors Rest, Who Thee By Faith Before The World Confessed, Thy Name, O Jesus, Be Forever Blest.
Namely, that we sing to and praise god for all those saints who have finished their course here and entered into the rest of the lord. We feebly struggle, they in glory shine; 170 god, our father, hear us pray.