“Now We’ll Sing With One Accord.” A Collection of Sacred Hymns, for the Church of the Latter Day Saints, 33–34. Kirtland, Ohio: F. G. Williams & Company, 1835.
1 Now we’ll sing with one accord, For a prophet of the Lord,
Bringing forth his precious word, Cheers the saints as anciently.
2 When the world in darkness lay, Lo, he sought the better way, And he heard the Savior say,
“Go and prune my vineyard, son!”
3 And an angel surely, then, For a blessing unto men,
Brought the priesthood back again, In its ancient purity.
4 Even Joseph he inspires;
Yea; his heart he truly fires, With the light that he desires For the work of righteousness.
5 And the book of Mormon, true, With its cov’nant ever new, For the Gentile and the Jew, He translated sacredly.
6 The commandments to the church, Which the saints will always search, 
(Where the joys of heaven perch,) Came through him from Jesus Christ.
7 Precious are his years to come, While the righteous gather home, For the great Millenium,
Where he’ll rest in blessedness.
8 Prudent in this world of woes, He will triumph o’er his foes, While the realm of Zion grows Purer for eternity.