O come and let us worship Christ,--
Ye people bow before Him,
Who from the dead a Victor rose,--
Sing praises and adore Him.
The stone was sealed upon the tomb,
And soldiers guard were keeping,
Where in the cold embrace of death
The Christ of God was sleeping.
Shone in the east the morning star,
The hills with light were glowing,
The Christ arose, upon the world
His light and life bestowing.
Wherefore from highest heaven the powers--
Their songs of victory blending,--
Give glory to our Mighty Lord,
And to His reign unending.
|First Line:||O come and let us worship Christ|
|Title:||Apolutikion of the Resurrection|
|Greek Title:||τοῦ λίθου σφραγισθέντος ὑπὸ τῶν Ἰουδαίων|
|Source:||Parakletike, p. 3|
|Copyright:||This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.|
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|Hymns of the Holy Eastern Church: translated from the service books with introductory chapters on the history, doctrine, and worship of the church #102||Apolutikion of the Resurrection||O come and let us worship Christ||John Brownlie||22.214.171.124.4||1902||<i>Parakletike</i>, p. 3|