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“Resurrection.” 78. & 6s. D. REV. JOHANN PETER LANGE, ( 1851. TR. BY REV. HENRY HARBAUGH, (1817–1867)
Miss Alice Nevin, (1838–
1. The Lord of life is ris
en; Sing, Eas - ter her - alds, sing! sus, How sweet the Eas - ter breath, tion, Ye her- alds, through the earth; en!' Sing, ransomed breth-ren, sing!
He bursts His rock - y pris - on; Wide let the tri-umph ring.
thy sting, O Death ? "
na tion Pro-claim the day of birth. Through death's dark, gloomy pris on, Let Eas - ter cho - rals ring.
In death no lon - ger ly - ing, He rose, the Prince, to - day;
Life of the dead and dy - ing, He triumphed o’er decay.
The countless heathen numbers Shall hail the Eas-ter light.
BLOW YE THE TRUMPET.
sound ;... Lamb;.
Let all the na-tions know, To earth's re mot-est bound.
spir-its, rest; Ye mourp·ing souls, be glad.
ju - bi - lee
is come; The year
of ju - bi- lee
Copyright, 1897, by S. L. Krebs.
Re - turn, ye ran-somed sin - ners home, Re - turn yesin - ners, home.
Re - turn ye sinners, re-turn ye home.
REJOICE! THE LORD IS KING !
“Darwall." H. M.
REV. CHARLES WESLEY, (1708—1788) 1744.
Rev. John Darwall, (1731–1789) 1770.
1. Re - joice! the Lord is King! Your God and King
de 4. Re - joice in glo - rious hope ; Je - sus, the Judge, shall
dore. heaven; stroy ; come
hearts, lift up your voice, Re-joice! a- gain
re - joice! hearts, lift up your voice, Re - joice! a - gain I
re - joice! hearts, lift up your voice, Re-joice! a - gain I
say, re - joice! hear th’arch-an - gel's voice. The trump of God shall sound, re - joice!