Revelation 7:14

And I said unto him, Sir, thou knowest. And he said to me, These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb.

This song, introduced by the Happy Goodmans and later recorded by the Gaither Vocal Band, is a dramatic retelling of the tribulation saints’ entrance to Heaven.

Expository Songs

Who are those before God’s throne (Revelation 7:9-10)
Catherine Winkworth, Heinrich Schenk
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Lord’s Day (Revelation 7:9-11) (1994)
Jamie Soles | Popularized by Jamie Soles
Lyrics

Exalted high at God’s right hand (Revelation 7:9-14)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Robed in White (Revelation 7:9-16)
I. C. Showerman
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Who Are These like Stars Appearing (Revelation 7:9-16)
Heinrich T. Schenk, Frances Elizabeth Cox
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Around the Throne a Glorious Band (Revelation 7:9-17) (1783)
Rowland Hill | Popularized by A Coll­ect­ion of Psalms and Hymns, Chief­ly In­tend­ed for Pub­lic Wor­ship (1783)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Behold a Host, Arrayed in White (Revelation 7:9-17) (1932)
Hans Adolf Brorson
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Behold the Host All Robed in Light (Revelation 7:9-17)
Carl Doving, Hans A. Brorson
Lyrics | Sheet Music

By the Sea of Crystal (Revelation 7:9-17)
William Kuipers
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Salvation (Revelation 7:9-17)
Michael Card | Popularized by Michael Card
Lyrics | Amazon

The sea of glass (Revelation 7:9-17)
Christopher Wordsworth
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Palms of glory, raiment bright (Revelation 7:9) (1829)
James Montgomery
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Saints and angels round the throne (Revelation 7:9)
Charles Wesley
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Salvation to our God (Revelation 7:10-12)
G.J. Webb
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Blessing and Honor (Revelation 7:12-14) (1866)
Horatius Bonar
Lyrics | Sheet Music

How bright these glorious spirits shine! (Revelation 7:13-17) (1709)
Isaac Watts | Popularized by Hymns and Spir­it­u­al Songs (1707-09)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Lo! round the throne a glorious band (Revelation 7:13-17) (1783)
Mary L. Duncan | Popularized by A Coll­ect­ion of Psalms and Hymns, Chief­ly In­tend­ed for Pub­lic Wor­ship (1783)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

What are these arrayed in white (Revelation 7:13-17) (1745)
Charles Wesley | Popularized by Hymns on the Lord’s Sup­per (1745)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

These glorious minds how bright they shine (Revelation 7:13) (1709)
Isaac Watts | Popularized by Hymns and Spir­it­u­al Songs (1707-09)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

What happy men, or angels, these (Revelation 7:13) (1709)
Isaac Watts | Popularized by Hymns and Spir­it­u­al Songs (1707-09)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Who are these arrayed in white (Revelation 7:13) (1745)
Charles Wesley | Popularized by Hymns on the Lord’s Sup­per (1745)
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Who are these in bright array (Revelation 7:13) (1819)
James Montgomery
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Who Are These? (Revelation 7:13)
Anna Shipton
Lyrics | Sheet Music

These Are They (Revelation 7:14)
Squire Parsons | Popularized by The Inspirations
YouTube

These Are They (Revelation 7:14)
William Gaither, Gloria Gaither | Popularized by Gaither Vocal Band
Lyrics | YouTube | Amazon

For The Lamb (Lo Lanu Medley) (Revelation 7:17) (2018)
Popularized by Ted Pearce
YouTube | Amazon

God Shall Wipe all Tears Away (Revelation 7:17)
Eben E. Rexford
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Other References

Blessing and Honor (Revelation 7:9) (1999)
Stuart Townend | Popularized by Stuart Townend
Lyrics | Amazon

Every Tongue (Revelation 7:9) (2002)
Mark Altrogge | Popularized by Sovereign Grace Music
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Jesus enthroned (Revelation 7:9)
Thomas J. Judkin
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Mighty Number (Revelation 7:9)
Popularized by Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver
YouTube | Amazon

The prospect joyous (Revelation 7:9)
Charles Wesley
Lyrics | Sheet Music

We shall see Him as he is (Revelation 7:9)
Charles Wesley
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Come, ye that love the Lord indeed (Revelation 7:13-17)
Unknown
Lyrics | Sheet Music

Are You Washed In The Blood? (Revelation 7:14) (1878)
Elisha Hoffman | Popularized by Spir­it­u­al Songs for Gos­pel Meet­ings and the Sun­day School (1878)
Lyrics | Sheet Music | YouTube

Glory to Him who Loved Us! (Revelation 7:14)
Lyrics

I’ve Washed My Robes (Revelation 7:14) (1882)
E.O. Excell
Lyrics | Sheet Music

A Higher Throne (Revelation 7:17) (2003)
Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty | Popularized by Keith and Kristyn Getty
Lyrics | Sheet Music | YouTube | Amazon

Cry No More (Revelation 7:17) (2015)
Jason Cox, LaVerne Tripp | Popularized by The Perrys
YouTube | Amazon

God Shall Wipe All Tears Away (Revelation 7:17)
J.R. Baxter, Wesley Daniel | Popularized by The Kingsmen
Lyrics

God Shall Wipe All Tears Away (Revelation 7:17)
Popularized by The Rambos
YouTube

Goodbye to Tears (Revelation 7:17)
Ronny Hinson | Popularized by The Hinsons
YouTube

He’ll Wipe Away the Tears (Revelation 7:17)
Popularized by The Inspirations
YouTube | Amazon

Living Water (Revelation 7:17) (2006)
John Michael Talbot | Popularized by John Michael Talbot
YouTube | Amazon

Only You Satisfy (Revelation 7:17) (2006)
Zach Jones | Popularized by Sovereign Grace Music

We’re Marching to Zion (Come We That Love the Lord) (Revelation 7:17) (1709)
Isaac Watts | Popularized by Hymns and Spir­it­u­al Songs (1707-09)
Lyrics | Sheet Music | YouTube

When the Savior Wipes The Tears From Our Eyes (Revelation 7:17) (2003)
Popularized by The Hoskins Family
YouTube | Amazon

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