He lives, proclaim the tidings

He lives, proclaim the tidings

Author: F. Denison
Tune: [He lives; proclaim the tidings]
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 He lives; proclaim the tidings;
Bid back the clouds of gloom;
Dismiss all doubts and chidings;
The Lord has left the tomb.

Refrain:
Send forth the proclamation;
Light breaks upon the grave;
Accept the full salvation;
He lies, He lives to save.

2 He lives; O tell the story
To each and every one!
The Lord of life and glory
Has perfect victory won. [Refrain]

3 He lives; for ever risen,
Triumphantly He reigns;
He opens now sin’s prison,
And breaks the captive’s chain. [Refrain]

Source: Fair as the Morning. Hymns and Tunes for Praise in the Sunday-School #61

Author: F. Denison

Denison, Frederic. (Stonington, Connecticut, September 28, 1819--August 16, 1901, Providence, Rhode Island). Baptist. Son of Isaac and Levina (Fish) Denison. Brown University, B.A. 1847, and M.A. Pastorates at First Baptist Church, Westerly, Rhode Island, 1847-1854; Central Baptist Church, Norwich, Connecticut, 1854-1859; Baptist Church at Central Falls, Rhode Island, 1859-1861; First Baptist Church, Westerly, Rhode Island, 1865-1871; Baptist Church oat New Haven, Connecticut, 1872-1873; Baptist Church at Woonsocket, Rhode Island, 1874-1876; and Roger Williams Baptist Church, Wanskuck, Providence, Rhode Island, for a few years after leaving Woonsocket. Army chaplain with First Rhode Island Cavalry (1861-1863), and Third Rhode Island Heavy A… Go to person page >

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First Line: He lives, proclaim the tidings
Author: F. Denison
Refrain First Line: Send forth the proclamation
Copyright: Public Domain

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