Words: , 1934.

Music: La­dy­well, , 1919.

O Thou eternal Christ of God, ride on, ride on, ride on!
Establish Thou forevermore the triumph now begun.
A mighty host, by Thee redeemed, is marching in Thy train,
Thine is the kingdom and the power, and Thou in love shalt reign.

O Holy Savior of mankind, ride on, ride on, ride on!
We bear with Thee the scourge and cross if so Thy will is done.
And be the road uphill or down, unbroken or well trod,
We go with Thee to claim and build a city unto God.

O Thou Whose dreams enthrall the heart, ride on, ride on, ride on!
Ride on till tyranny and greed are evermore undone.
In mart and court and parliament the common good increase,
Till men at last shall ring the bells of brotherhood and peace.

O Thou Who art the Life and Light, exalted Lord and King,
We hail Thine august majesty and loud hosanna sing,
Until in every land and clime Thine ends of love are won:
O Christ, Redeemer, Brother, Friend, ride on, ride on, ride on!