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We welcome glad Easter when Jesus arose

Full Text

1 We welcome glad Easter when Jesus arose,
and won a great victory over His foes.
Then raise your glad voices, all Christians, and sing,
bring glad Easter praises to Jesus, your King.

2 We tell how the women came early that day,
and there at the tomb found the stone rolled away.
Then raise your glad voices, all Christians, and sing,
bring glad Easter praises to Jesus, your King.

3 We sing of the angel who said: "Do not fear!
Your Savior is risen and He is not here."
Then raise your glad voices, all Christians, and sing,
bring glad Easter praises to Jesus, your King.

4 We think of the which Jesus did give:
"That he who believes in Me also shall live!"
Then raise your glad voices, all Christians, and sing,
bring glad Easter praises to Jesus, your King.

Source: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #197

Text Information

First Line: We welcome glad Easter when Jesus arose
Refrain First Line: Then raise your glad voices

Tune

ST. DENIO

ST. DENIO is based on "Can mlynedd i nawr" ("A Hundred Years from Now"), a traditional Welsh ballad popular in the early nineteenth century. It was first published as a hymn tune in John Roberts's Caniadau y Cyssegr (Hymns of the Sanctuary, 1839). The tune title refers to St. Denis, the patron saint…

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Timeline

Media

Baptist Hymnal 1991 #168
  • Bulletin Score (PDF)
  • Full Score (PDF)
  • Bulletin Score (melody only) (PDF)
The Cyber Hymnal #7252
  • Adobe Acrobat image (PDF)
  • Noteworthy Composer score (NWC)
  • XML score (XML)

Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Ambassador Hymnal: for Lutheran worship #343
Baptist Hymnal 1991 #168TextAudioPage Scan
Celebrating Grace Hymnal #197TextPage Scan
The Cyber Hymnal #7252TextScoreAudio
Include 14 pre-1979 instances



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