We praise Thee, glorious Father

We praise Thee, glorious Father,
  As objects of Thy grace,
Who for Thine own heart’s pleasure
  Are now before Thy face:
Thy sons marked out for glory
  Known from eternity
With Christ Thy Well-beloved,
  Object supreme to Thee.
Who else but Thee, O Father,
  Could in Thine only Son
So bless us with Thy Spirit,
  And have us for Thine own?
Soon shall we be forever
  With Christ in glory; then
We’ll shine in His blest image
  Eternally, Amen!
Jason Ramirez Gutierrez

Bakersfield, California, United States

No one gets to the Father except through you Lord Christ Jesus, we are son's marked out For your Glory known from eternity, with Christ by well beloved object supreme today, object supreme to Thee, with Christ in glory; then will shine in his blessed image eternally amen. HALLELUJAH!!! Awesome amazing and wonderful is Christ our Lord.

Ikbal Andrian Malau

Hualien, Taiwan

Oh Our Lovely Father, how big Your love for us, we thank You for gaining us as Your Son through Your Begotten Son. Praise The Lord in the lofty throne.


London, United Kingdom

We praise You Father. Amen.

Nancy Smithers

Katy, Texas, United States

We love You Father!



Allen, Texas, United States

Amen Lord Jesus.


Koube, Japan

We praise Thee, glorious Father, As objects of Thy grace, Who for Thine own heart's pleasure. Are now before Thy face. Thanks my Father.

Jaden Montelopez

Millbeed, CA, United States

We praise Thee glorious Father!

Josephine Jimbo

Taipei, Taiwan

Thank You glorious Father for Your heart's pleasure to gain us as Your many sons. We, together with Your Dear Son, praise You for eternity.



Steven Miller

Livonia, Michigan, United States

Henry Smart, the composer of this tune, was a musician and organist in Blackburn, Lancashire. He wanted to write a tune for Reginald Heber's beautiful Missionary Hymn, "From Greenland's Icy Mountains". He said, "I shall call it Lancashire." We rarely use that tune for that hymn any more, but the tune Lancashire lives on. The hymn "Lead On, O King Eternal" was written specifically to be sung to the tune Lancashire.

Henry Smart was blind for the last 15 years of his life. During those years he served as organist in St. Pancras Church, London. - Hymn Stories by Wilbur Konkel