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238. Thine Is the Glory

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1 Thine is the glory,
risen, conquering Son;
endless is the victory
thou o'er death hast won.
Angels in bright raiment
rolled the stone away,
kept the folded grave-clothes
where thy body lay.

Refrain:
Thine is the glory,
risen, conquering Son;
endless is the victory
thou o'er death hast won.

2 Lo! Jesus meets us,
risen from the tomb;
lovingly he greets us,
scatters fear and gloom.
Let the church with gladness
hymns of triumph sing,
for the Lord now liveth;
death hath lost its sting. [Refrain]

3 No more we doubt thee,
glorious Prince of life!
Life is naught without thee;
aid us in our strife.
Make us more than conquerors
through thy deathless love;
bring us safe through Jordan
to thy home above. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Thine is the glory
Title: Thine Is the Glory
Author: Edmond Louis Budry (1884)
Translator: R. Birch Hoyle (1923, alt.)
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: 5.5.6.5.6.5.6.5 with refrain
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Christian Year: Easter Vigil; Christian Year: Resurrection/Easter; Jesus Christ: Resurrection (1 more...)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Thine is the glory, risen, conquering Son
Tune Information
Name: JUDAS MACCABEUS
Composer: George Frederick Handel (1748)
Meter: 5.5.6.5.6.5.6.5 with refrain
Key: E♭ Major


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This Easter text, first in French and later in English, was written to fit the music, a chorus created for Handel’s oratorio Joshua and moved to Judas Maccabeus in 1751. It grew widely popular following its use at the First Assembly of the World Council of Churches in 1948.


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