All hail the pow’r of Jesus’ name (Medium)

All hail the pow’r of Jesus’ name!
  Let angels prostrate fall,
  Let angels prostrate fall;
Bring forth the royal diadem,
  And crown Him, crown Him,
  crown Him, crown Him;
  And crown Him Lord of all!
Ye chosen seed of Israel’s race,
  Ye ransomed from the fall,
  Ye ransomed from the fall,
Hail Him who saves you by His grace,
Sinners, whose love can ne’er forget
  The wormwood and the gall,
  The wormwood and the gall,
Go, spread your trophies at His feet,
Let every kindred, every tribe,
  On this terrestrial ball,
  On this terrestrial ball,
To Him all majesty ascribe,
O that with yonder sacred throng
  We at His feet may fall,
  We at His feet may fall!
We’ll join the everlasting song,

Windsor Mill, Maryland, United States

Awesome. Sang it during my personal devotion this morning. God bless.

Toyin Diyan

London, United Kingdom

Lord Jesus Christ we love You! You are simply the most wonderful One in the universe. Those who don't know this fact simply have to taste and see that You are good and that You are rich to all who call on Your name! May we abide in You always for the building up of Your Body. Amen

Somto Kizor


Very spiritual song. Was sang in church today. Despite what is happening in Nigeria GOD will continue to reign.

Revd Oluwole Ibikunle


We use the hymn often as opening or processional hymn. It is soul lifting.

Pastor. Cope Langh Khan Kam

Tiddim, N-chin State, Myanmar

This my first time to listen to this kind of hymn songs music and lyrics...if it's possible to sent all of this hymn songs music mp3 to Our Church we will be blessed and praise God with and sing with music...May the living God be with and use for His kingdom more and more.

Steve Miller

Detroit, MI, United States

After being a minister in the Anglican Church for some time, Edward Perronet became fed up with what he felt was the church's "nonsense" and became a Methodist, joining up with the Wesleys. As a Methodist he faced persecution. On at least 1 occasion, "Edward Perronet was thrown down and rolled in the mud and mire," as John Wesley recorded.

Perronet soon broke with the Wesleys over the issue of who could administer the sacraments. He joined a group called the Connexion but later broke with them as well. It was as minister of an independent church in Canterbury that he wrote this majestic hymn.

Whether Perronet intended the implication or not, the hymn points to the time all believers in Christ - regardless of petty disagreements - will join together in a celestial chorus. - Great Songs of Faith by Brown & Norton

Yewande Deji-Omotayo

Lagos, Nigeria

This is a soul lifting site.


Nairobi, Kenya

Thank God I found this site. I have really been blessed by the songs. To God be the Glory.

Barbara Felix

Miami, Florida, United States

I use this site to prepare my heart through hymns to worship and read His Word. This morning as I sang this song and read the comments, I was blessed by the comments of others, and was reminded how much we bless each other as we share. I decided to take time to share. God has use hymns to quiet my wandering soul, and I thank Him for this ministry and the obedience of sisters and brothers who I may never meet until we arrive at the feet of our Lord and Saviour. Thank You Lord for their ministry to us who listen and sing along each day. This is a blessed site. I found it one day, and share it as often as the Lord calls it out. Together we will worship forever at His throne. Thank You Lord for the gifted fingers that lift up the music of this song so well. This song opens Revelation Chapter 4.

Pastor John Ajagbe

Lagos, Nigeria

This Song reminds me of the unchallengeable power in the name of Jesus each time I sing. It gives me courage an inspire me more. May the composer be blessed.