Words: , Hymns on Var­ious Pas­sages of Script­ure, sec­ond edition, 1806. The orig­in­al first line was “Hark, ten thou­sand voices cry.” The cur­rent ver­sion ap­peared in the Irish Church Hymnal in 1873.

Music: St. Oswald, , 1857.

Hark! ten thousand voices sounding,
Far and wide throughout the sky;
’Tis the voice of joy abounding,
Jesus lives no more to die.

Jesus lives, His conflict over,
Lives to claim His great reward;
Angels round the Victor hover,
Crowding to behold their Lord.

Yonder throne for Him erected
Now becomes the Victor’s seat;
Lo, the Man on earth rejected,
Angels worship at His feet!

All the powers of Heav’n adore Him,
All obey His sovereign Word;
Day and night they cry before Him,
“Holy, Holy, Holy Lord!”