Hither, Ye Faithful, Adoring, Triumphant

For other English-language translations of this work, see Adeste Fideles.
Hither, Ye Faithful, Adoring, Triumphant  (1874) 
Anonymous, translated by Thomas Osgood Summers

Hither, ye faithful, adoring, triumphant,
Come, come and your off'ring to Bethlehem bring;
Lo! He is born who is monarch of angels:
O come, let us worship the sovereign King.

He is the God of God, Light of Light, own him,
Though he from the womb of the Virgtin doth spring;
He is the true God, not made but begotten:
O come, let us worship the sovereign King.

Now the glad chorus of angels is singing,
O how the great palace clestial doth ring!
Let there be glory to God in the highest:
O come, let us worship the sovereign King.

Jesus, because of thy birth we extol thee,
This day shall thy people their offerings bring:
Word of the Father, eternal, incarnate:
O come, let us worship the sovereign King.