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Easter Song

Sweet Easter morn that saw the Lord arise

Author: Mary O. Sparrow
Tune: [Sweet Easter morn that saw the Lord arise]
Published in 1 hymnal

Full Text

1 Sweet Easter morn that saw the Lord arise,
Sweet Easter day when praises rent the skies,
Shed o'er me, with thy rays of healing balm,
A heav'nly peace, a high and holy calm.

2 Sweet harbinger of joy and peace and love,
Glad ensign of a glorious life above,
Thy peaceful vigils in my life shall reign,
Banish all doubts and hallow grief and pain.

Source: Bible Study Songs: for junior societies, junior and primary Sunday schools #118a

Author: Mary O. Sparrow

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Text Information

First Line: Sweet Easter morn that saw the Lord arise
Title: Easter Song
Author: Mary O. Sparrow
Language: English
Copyright: Public domain.
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