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375. Come, let us with our Lord arise

1 Come, let us with our Lord arise,
our Lord, who made both earth and skies;
who died to save the world he made,
and rose triumphant from the dead;
he rose, the prince of life and peace,
and stamped the day for ever his.

2 This is the day the Lord has made,
that all may see his love displayed,
may feel his resurrection's power,
and rise again to fall no more,
in perfect righteousness renewed,
and filled with all the life of God.

3 Then let us render him his own,
with solemn prayer approach the throne,
with meekness hear the gospel word,
with thanks his dying love record;
our joyful hearts and voices raise,
and fill his courts with songs of praise.

Text Information
First Line: Come, let us with our Lord arise
Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-88
Meter: 88.88.88
Language: English
Publication Date: 1999
Scripture: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Topic: Adoration and Praise; Jesus Christ: Resurrection; Prayer (3 more...)
Tune Information
Name: ST PETERSBURG
Composer: Dmitri Stepanovich Bortnianski, 1732-1825
Harmonizer: David Evans, 1874-1948
Meter: 88.88.88
Key: B♭ Major
Copyright: Harmony from "Revised Church Hymnal," 1927 by permission of Oxford University Press



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