Crown Him with Many Crowns is an epic hymn, rich with imagery honoring the kingship of Jesus after his ascension to the throne. Across twelve(!) stanzas, written by two separate hymnodists, the text is reflecting upon the many divine honors Christ the King possesses as He wears them upon His brow.

Crown Him with many crowns
the Virgin’s Son
the Lord of love!
the Lord of peace!
the Lord of years!
the Lord of Heaven!
with crowns of gold,
the Son of God
the Lord of light,
the Lord of life
of lords the Lord,
the Lord of Heaven…for He is King of all.

Set to the tune of Diademata by Sir Elvey, this rendition is by the Huddersfield Choral Society, led by Joseph Cullen.

– Logan Henke, Music Minister