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Christ, Whose glory fills the skies

Hymnal: A Selection of Spiritual Songs #17 (1881) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Spiritual Songs Topics: Opening of School; Worship Tune Title: [Christ, Whose glory fills the skies]
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Christ, the Lord is risen again

Author: Rev. Michael Weisse Hymnal: Alleluia #75 (1916) Hymnal Title: Alleluia Topics: Atonement; Christ Intercession of; Christ Resurrection of; Lord's Day Languages: English Tune Title: [Christ, the Lord is risen again]
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Christ the Lord is risen again

Author: Catherine Winkworth (1827-1878); Michael Weisse (c. 1480-1534) Hymnal: Ancient and Modern #200a (2013) Meter: 7.7.7.7 with alleluia Hymnal Title: Ancient and Modern Lyrics: 1 Christ the Lord is risen again, Christ hath broken every chain. Hark, angelic voices cry, singing evermore on high, Alleluia! 2 He who gave for us his life, who for us endured the strife, is our Paschal Lamb to-day; we too sing for joy, and say Alleluia! 3 He who bore all pain and loss comfortless upon the cross, lives in glory now on high, pleads for us, and hears our cry: Alleluia! 4 He whose path no records tell, who descended into hell, who the strong man armed hath bound, now in highest heaven is crowned. Alleluia! 5 He who slumbered in the grave is exalted now to save; now through Christendom it rings that the Lamb is King of kings. Alleluia! 6 Now he bids us tell abroad how the lost may be restored, how the penitent forgiven, how we too may enter heaven. Alleluia! 7 Thou, our Paschal Lamb indeed, Christ, thy ransomed people feed; take our sins and guilt away: let us sing by night and day Alleluia! Topics: Angels; Church Year Easter; Church Year Christ the King; Easter; Forgiveness; Future hope; Jesus Names and images for; The Second Sunday of Easter Year A Scripture: Luke 24:46-48 Tune Title: WÜRTTEMBERG
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Great and wonderful your deeds

Author: Christopher Idle (b. 1938) Hymnal: Ancient and Modern #400 (2013) Meter: 7.7.7.7.6 Hymnal Title: Ancient and Modern Lyrics: 1 Great and wonderful your deeds, God, from whom all power proceeds: true and right are all your ways — who shall not give thanks and praise? To your name be glory! 2 King of nations, take your crown! Every race shall soon bow down: holy Lord and God alone, justice in your deeds is shown; all have seen your glory. 3 To the one almighty God, to the Lamb who shed his blood, to the Spirit now be given, by the hosts of earth and heaven, love and praise and glory! Topics: Canticles and Affirmations of Faith; God in glory; God in judgement and justice; God Power of; Heaven; Jesus Names and images for; Praise Scripture: Revelation 15:3-4 Tune Title: WÜRTTEMBERG

Christ the Lord is risen again

Author: Michael Weisse Hymnal: Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) #102 (2008) Hymnal Title: Anglican Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) Tune Title: WURTEMBURG (1 ALLELUIA)
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Christ the Lord is risen again

Author: Rev. Michael Weisse; Catherine Winkworth Hymnal: Book of Worship with Hymns and Tunes #268a (1899) Hymnal Title: Book of Worship with Hymns and Tunes Lyrics: 1 Christ the Lord is risen again; Christ hath broken every chain: Hark, angelic voices cry, Singing evermore on high, Alleluia! 2 He who gave for us His life, Who for us endured the strife, Is our Paschal lamb to-day; We too sing for joy, and say: Alleluia! 3 He who bore all pain and loss Comfortless upon the cross, Lives in glory now on high, Pleads for us and hears our cry, Alleluia! 4 He who slumbered in the grave Is exalted now to save; Now, through Christendom it rings That the lamb is King of kings, Alleluia! 5 Now He bids us tell abroad How the lost may be restored, How the penitent forgiven, How we too may enter heaven Alleluia! 6 Thou our Paschal Lamb indeed, Christ, to-day Thy people feed; Take our sins and guilt away, That we all may sing for aye, Alleluia! Amen. Topics: Angels; Death Conquered; Christ Triumph of; Christ Resurrection of; Christ Our Passover; Christ The Life; Christ Joy of believers in; Christ Conqueror; Atonement Completed; Easter Tune Title: WIRTEMBURG
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Rock of Ages, cleft for me

Hymnal: Church Chorals and Choir Studies #134 (1850) Hymnal Title: Church Chorals and Choir Studies Languages: English Tune Title: [Rock of Ages, cleft for me]
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Christ the Lord is risen again

Hymnal: Church Hymns #162 (1903) Hymnal Title: Church Hymns Topics: Easter Languages: English Tune Title: WÜRTEMBERG
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Christ the Lord Is Risen Again

Author: Michael Weisse (1488?-1534); Catherine Winkworth (1827-1878) Hymnal: Common Praise (1998) #217 (1998) Meter: 7.7.7.7 with alleluia Hymnal Title: Common Praise (1998) Lyrics: 1 Christ the Lord is risen again, Christ has broken every chain. Hark, the angel voices cry, singing evermore on high: alleluia! 2 He who gave for us his life, who for us endured the strife, is our paschal lamb today; we too sing for joy, and say: alleluia! 3 He who bore all pain and loss comfortless upon the cross lives in glory now on high, pleads for us, and hears our cry: alleluia! 4 He who slumbered in the grave is exalted now to save; through the universe it rings that the lamb is King of kings: alleluia! 5 Now he bids us tell abroad how the lost may be restored, how the penitent forgiven, how we too may enter heaven: alleluia! 6 Christ, our paschal lamb indeed, all your ransomed people feed! Take our sins and guilt away: let us sing by night and day: alleluia! Topics: Easter (season) Scripture: Matthew 28 Tune Title: WÜRTEMBURG (STRAF MICH NICHT)

Christ the Lord is risen again

Author: Michael Weisse, c. 1480-1534; Catherine Winkworth, 1827-1878 Hymnal: Common Praise #141b (2000) Meter: 7.7.7.7 with alleluia Hymnal Title: Common Praise Topics: Easter; Easter Day Year C; Easter II Year B Scripture: 1 Corinthians 5:7 Tune Title: WÜRTEMBERG

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