All Hail the Glorious Day
Author: Joel H. Johnson
Composer: Varies by tune (see below)
This song text has been indexed at SingPraises.net in the following languages:
- Armenian (West): [Unknown title]
- Danish: O hil dig, skønne dag
- Dutch: Wees welkom, tijd zo schoon
- English: All Hail the Glorious Day
- Finnish: Profeettain kauan vuottama
- French: Saluez tous le jour
- German: Heil dir, du Tag der Gottesgnad
- Hawaiian: Hoonani I Ka La Maikai
- Korean: 오래 전예언된 영화스러운 날
- Maori: Nau Mai Ra te Ra Nui
- Norwegian: Hill deg, du signet dag!
- Tongan: Vakai ki he ʻaho naunauʻia
Most common tunes for “All Hail the Glorious Day”
This chart shows the tunes that are paired with this text most frequently, in hymnbooks and other collections published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. If the text appears with the same tune in multiple editions or translations of the same hymnbook, it is only counted once.
Appearances of “All Hail the Glorious Day” over time
This timeline shows which tunes have been used with this text over time, in hymnbooks and other collections published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
English (Original Language)
Hymns (1948, 1979), no. 223
1. All hail the glorious day, By prophets long foretold, When, with harmonious lay, The sheep of Israel’s fold On Zion’s hill His praise proclaim, And shout hosanna to his name.
2. When Israel from afar And Judah scattered wide Shall to their land repair, And there in peace abide, Directed by Jehovah’s hand, Shall dwell in peace in Zion’s land.
3. From Zion’s heavenly mount Shall healing waters flow, And near this holy fount Will trees immortal grow Whose heavenly balm the kingdoms feel, Whose leaves will all the nations heal.
4. Jerusalem shall be Our great Redeemer’s throne, O’er all the earth and sea, His glory be made known; Messiah, kings and nations greet And lay their honors at his feet.
5. Strike, strike the golden lyre, And ye his angels sing; Let joy your bosoms fire And heaven with glory ring; From earth and air and sea and skies Let our Redeemer’s praise arise.