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HALLELUJAH! HALLELUJAH!

"Ecclesia." 8s. & 7s. D.

BP. CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, (1807-1885) 1862.

1. Hallelujah! Hal-le- lu-jah! Hearts to heaven and voices raise;
2. Now the iron bars are broken, Christ from eath to life is born,
3. Christ is ris-en, Christ the first-fruits Of the ho ly har-vest field,
4. Christ is ris en, we are ris - en,
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Sing to God
Sing to God a hymn of praise.
Glorious life,
On this holy Eas-ter morn:
Which with all
At His second coming yield;
Rain and dew and gleams of glory From the brightness of Thy face,

a hymn of gladness,
and life im-mor-tal,
its full abundance

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Jesus Christ, the King of glo-ry,
en from the dead.
Quickened with Him by the Spir - it, We the life e-ternal have.
Ripened by His glorious sunshine, From the fur-rows of the grave.
And by an-gel hands be gathered, And be ev er, Lord, with Thee.

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JOHN OF DAMASCUS, -c. 780.
TR. BY REV. JOHN MASON NEALE, (1818-1866) 1862.

Christ, the Lord, is ris en, Peace, good-will on earth!" bo.

THE DAY OF RESURRECTION.
"Salvatori." 7s. & 6s. D.

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2 Our hearts be pure from evil
That we may see aright
The Lord in rays eternal

Of resurrection light;
And listening to His accents
May hear so calm and plain,
His own 66 All hail!" and, hearing,
May raise the victor-strain.

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Franz Josef Haydn, (1732-1809)
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Earth tell it out a-broad!
The Pass - o - ver of God!
With hymns of victory.

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3 Now let the heavens be joyful,
Let earth her song begin;
Let all the world keep triumph,
And all that is therein;
In grateful exultation

Their notes let all things blend,
For Christ the Lord hath risen,
Our Joy that hath no end.

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TR. BY REV. FRANCIS POTT, (1832

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THE STRIFE IS O'ER, THE BATTLE DONE.

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1. The strife is o'er, the battle done; The victory 2. The powers of death have done their worst, But Christ their legions hath dis3. The three sad days have quick-ly sped; He rises glo- ri - ous from the 음:

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4 He closed the yawning gates of hell;
The bars from heaven's high portals fell:
Let hymns of praise His triumphs tell.
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Hal-le-lujah!
Hallelujah!
Hallelujah! A-men.

5 Lord, by the stripes which wounded Thee,
From death's dread sting Thy servants free,
That we may live and sing to Thee,

Hallelujah!

D. S.

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