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A mighty Victor

A Victor, mighty Victor

Author: Effie Stevens
Tune: [A Victor, mighty Victor]
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 A Victor, mighty Victor,
The Lord of heav’n arose,
From death’s enduring prison,
Triumphant o’er his foes;
He rose to life and glory,
That he might banish fear
From ev’ry heart that, loving,
Draws to his presence near.

A Victor, mighty Victor,
Our Lord arose this day,
That he might lead us onward,
Within his blessed way.

2 A Victor, mighty Victor,
Christ rose that Easter Day;
‘Twas all for us he suffered,
That we might learn his way;
He rose to fill with gladness
Each aching, sinful heart,
He rose to comfort sorrow,
To bid despair depart. [Refrain]

3 A Victor, mighty Victor,
The Lord of heav’n arose,
That we, too, might be risen
Triumphant o’er earth’s woes;
So let us join in singing
Our praise to Christ, who love
Prepares for us a dwelling
With him in heav’n above. [Refrain]

Source: Sunday School Voices: a collection of sacred songs #227

Author: Effie Stevens

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Text Information

First Line: A Victor, mighty Victor
Title: A mighty Victor
Author: Effie Stevens
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