Words: , in A Col­lect­ion of Hymns for the Use of Christ­ians of All De­nom­in­a­tions (Lon­don: 1782).

Music: Haddam, ar­ranged by , 1822.

Come, every pious heart,
That loves the Savior’s Name,
Your noblest powers exert
To celebrate His fame;
Tell all above, and all below;
That debt of love to Him you owe.

From the dark grave He rose;
The mansions of the dead,
And thence His mighty foes
In glorious triumph led;
Up through the sky the Conqueror rode;
And reigns on High, the Savior God.

Jesus, we ne’er can pay
The debt we owe Thy love;
Yet tell us how we may
Our gratitude approve;
Our hearts, our all to Thee we give;
The gift, though small, Thou wilt receive.