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1 On this glad triumphant morning,
Christ the Prince of life arose;
Then the seal of death was broken,
Now the grave with promise glows,
Victor over all our foes.
Honor, power, blessing,
Shall this Mighty Monarch claim;
Hallelujahs render, to the Saviour’s name.
2 When His fond, His true disciples
To His sacred tomb drew near,
Angels from the courts of heaven,
Break the tidings full of cheer,
He is risen,
Christ is risen do not fear. [Refrain]
3 Hail, all hail, triumphant hour,
Let our happy voices say;
Christ has triumphed, man shall triumph,
Death has lost his fearful sway,
Praise Him, Praise Him,
Praise the risen Lord today. [Refrain]Source: The Helper in Sacred Song: for Sunday-schools, churches, and devotional services #45