246. Christ Is Alive!

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Text Information
First Line: Christ is alive! Let Christians sing
Title: Christ Is Alive!
Author: Brian Wren (1968, rev. 1995)
Meter: LM
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture:
Topic: Christian Year: Easter Vigil; Christian Year: Resurrection/Easter; Christian Year: Reign of Christ (5 more...)
Copyright: © 1975, rev. 1995 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Name: TRURO
Meter: LM
Key: C Major
Source: Musica Sacra, c. 1778


Text Information:

In 1968 Easter fell ten days after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., and this text was written to express an Easter hope while mindful of that terrible event. Buoyed by a triple-arched tune, it affirms the presence of a wounded, risen Christ with all who suffer.


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