All Who Believe and are Baptized

This is a short hymn about baptism and Christian unity in diversity.   It is sometimes described as a foundational Lutheran hymn, and is based on an original work written by Danish poet and clergyman, Thomas Hansen Kingo in 1524. 

It was translated to English by American Lutheran pastor and seminary-teacher, George Taylor Rygh (1860-1942).

It may be sung as a round.

With meter, tunes it is almost always set to the tune ES IST DAS HEIL from Etlich Cristlich lider, Wittenberg, 1524.


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Children's choir, unaccompanied:

Singer with organ, on-screen lyrics:

Instrumental - organ:


All who believe and are baptised
Shall see the Lord's salvation;
Baptised into the death of Christ,
They are a new creation.
Through Christ's redemption they shall stand
Among the glorious heav'nly band
Of ev'ry tribe and nation.

With one accord, O God, we pray:
Grant us Your Holy Spirit.
Help us in our infirmity
Through Jesus' blood and merit.
Grant us to grow in grace each day
By by this sacrament we may
Eternal life inherit.

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