241. Woman, Weeping in the Garden

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Text Information
First Line: Woman, weeping in the garden
Title: Woman, Weeping in the Garden
Author: Daniel Charles Damon (1991)
Meter: 8.7.8.7
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ;
Topic: Christian Year: Easter Vigil; Christian Year: Resurrection/Easter; Jesus Christ: Resurrection (2 more...)
Copyright: © 1992 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Name: KINGDOM
Composer: V. Earle Copes (1959)
Meter: 8.7.8.7
Key: G Major


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This hymn focuses on Mary Magdalene, the first witness to Christ’s Resurrection (John 20:1–18). Her frame of mind turns from sorrow and apprehension to joy and proclamation in the middle stanza when the supposed gardener calls her by name, and she recognizes the risen Christ.


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