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All hail the morn, when from the skies

Representative Text

1 All hail the morn! when from the skies,
At first gray light of day,
An angel found the sepulcher,
And rolled the stone away.

2 All hail the morn! when Christ arose
Triumphant from the tomb;
And shed a fragrance o’er the grave,
And scattered all its gloom.

3 All hail the morn! when to the tomb,
The women came with fear;
And heard the angels gladly say,
"He’s risen, He’s not here."

4 All hail the morn! no longer fear,
For now can all men sing,
O grave, where is thy victory?
And death, where is thy sting?

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #5863

Author: W. F. Dickerson

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Text Information

First Line: All hail the morn, when from the skies
Author: W. F. Dickerson
Copyright: Public Domain



The Cyber Hymnal #5863
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The Cyber Hymnal #5863

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