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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

Resound the glad Tidings

Representative Text

1 Awake the loud trumpet, the glad jubilee,
Proclaim it on triumph, the captives are free;
The day of redemption for sinners has come,
The ransomed of Zion return to their home.

Refrain:
Resound the glad tidings o’er land and o’er sea,
The Savior has conquered, his people are free;
Resound the glad tidings o’er land and o’er sea,
The Savior has conquered, his people are free.

2 Break forth into singing, be joyful, O earth,
Exalt the Redeemer, his goodness and worth;
And publish abroad his adorable name,
With song and with shouting his honors proclaim. [Refrain]

3 The Son hath delivered the wretched, oppressed,
And given the burdened and sorrowing rest;
His arm has salvation and victory wrought,
His blood and redemption and liberty bought. [Refrain]

4 With cymbals and songs and harp of sweet sound,
The fame and the glory of Christ spread around;
With gladness and triumph re-echo his praise,
Extol and adore him in jubilant lays. [Refrain]

Source: Pearls of Praise #69

Author: Joseph H. Martin

Late 19th Century Martin was a minister. Lyrics-- Come un­to Me Coming of the Lord Draw­eth Nigh, The Rose May Yield a Sweet Per­fume, The Sabbath Bells Are Ring­ing, The Sabbath Morn Is Beam­ing, The Thee I Seek, O Gra­cious Sav­ior There Are Bright Lit­tle Ones There Is a Cleans­ing Fount­ain There Is a Crim­son Fount­ain There Is a Gate That Stands Ajar There Is a Lad­der Great There Is a Man­sion Fair and Bright There Is a Star of All Most Bright There Was Love, Deep Love There’s a Home for the Blest There’s a Man­sion of Rest There’s a Song of Joy There’s a Voice That Speaks There’s a Well in the De­sert The… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Awake the loud trumpet
Title: Resound the glad Tidings
Author: Joseph H. Martin
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Resound the glad tidings

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Grace and Glory #113

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Pearls of Praise #69

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The International Lesson Hymnal #86

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