On This Day of Joy and Gladness

Author: Leroy J. Robertson
Composer: Leroy J. Robertson


Languages (18)

This song text has been indexed at SingPraises.net in the following languages:

  • Albanian: Në K’të Dit’ Hareje, G’zimi
  • Bulgarian: Господи, хвалим Твоето име
  • Czech: Dnes, v den radosti, náš Pane
  • Danish: Herre, vi dit navn vil prise
  • English Braille: ⠠⠕⠝ ⠠⠹⠊⠎ ⠠⠙⠁⠽ ⠷ ⠠⠚⠕⠽ ⠯ ⠠⠛⠇⠁⠙⠝⠑⠎⠎
  • Estonian: Sellel õnne, rõõmu päeval
  • German: Heut, am heilgen Tag der Freude
  • Hungarian: Ezen a fenséges napon
  • Khmer (Cambodian): នៅ​ថ្ងៃ​រីករាយ និង អំណរ​នេះ
  • Korean: 이 즐겁고 기쁜 날에
  • Lithuanian: Šią džiaugsmingą šventą dieną
  • Polish: W tym dniu szczęścia i radości
  • Portuguese: Hino de Louvar
  • Romanian: Azi, în zi de bucurie
  • Russian: В этот день отрадный
  • Spanish: Himno de alabanza
  • Swedish: Denna dag av fröjd och glädje


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Representative lyrics

English (Original Language)

On This Day of Joy and Gladness

Hymns (1985, 2002), no. 64

1. On this day of joy and gladness, Lord, we praise thy holy name; In this sacred place of worship, We thy glories loud proclaim!

Alleluia, Alleluia, Bright and clear our voices ring, Singing songs of exultation To our Maker, Lord, and King!

2. Open wide the fount of Zion; Let her richest blessings flow To the Saints who nobly serve thee In the gospel here below.

Alleluia, Alleluia, Bright and clear our voices ring, Singing songs of exultation To our Maker, Lord, and King!

3. May we labor in the kingdom— By the prophets long foretold— Where the children of the promise Shall be gathered in the fold.

Alleluia, Alleluia, Bright and clear our voices ring, Singing songs of exultation To our Maker, Lord, and King!