1. In the dim and early morning,
As the day begins to dawn,
To the sepulcher approaching,
Loving hearts are drawing on.
He is risen as He said;
He is risen from the dead;
He is risen as He said,
Risen, risen from the dead.
2. They are seeking for the Savior
In the dampness and the gloom;
But He slumbers there no longer;
They approach an empty tomb. [Refrain]
3. Oh, how sadly do they question,
As in sorrow on they stray!
But behold the shining angel,
He has rolled the rock away! [Refrain]
4. Weep no more, ye sad disciples,
Your Redeemer ye shall see;
He is risen as He promised;
Seek for Him in Galilee. [Refrain]
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2424
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|The Cyber Hymnal #2424||He Is Risen (Latta)||In the dim and early morning||[In the dim and early morning]||Eden Reeder Latta||<cite>White Robes for the Sunday-School</cite>, by Alonzo Abbey & M. J. Munger (Boston, Massachusetts: Oliver Ditson & Company, 1879), page 96|