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Ye fainting souls, lift up your eyes

Ye fainting souls, lift up your eyes

Author: Rossiter W. Raymond
Tune: [Jesus shall reign where'er the sun] (Wilhelm)
Published in 3 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

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1. Ye fainting souls, lift up your eyes
To where the morning lights the skies!
The awful shadows flee away
Before the swift advancing day.
The Lord is ris’n; He could not die;
He lives for you eternally;
And by His victory o’er the grave
His people He will surely save!

2. No longer mourn your seeming loss;
No longer weep before the cross,
Nor search the darkness of the tomb;
While overheard the morn has come!
Now what shall harm your joyful souls
While your Redeemer all controls?
No night shall hide again His face;
No grave shall be His resting place.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #7752

Author: Rossiter W. Raymond

Raymond, Rossiter Worthington, PH.D., was b. in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 27,1840. He graduated at Brooklyn Polytechnic, 1858, and also studied in Germany. He served in the Civil War of 1861-4 with the grade of Captain. Since then he has practised in New York as a consulting mining engineer. He was editor of the American Journal of Mining, and is a contributor to scientific literature. He has also written stories for children, a Paraphrase of Job, and some fugitive poetry. His hymns in common use include:— 1. Far out on the desolate billow. [God everywhere.] Written for the German tune, "Ich weiss nicht was soil es bedeuten," and published in The Plymouth Hymnal, 1894. 2. Morning red, Morning red. [Easter.] Written to the tune"… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Ye fainting souls, lift up your eyes
Author: Rossiter W. Raymond
Refrain First Line: The sun has burst his gloomy prison

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The Cyber Hymnal #7752
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  • Noteworthy Composer score (NWC)
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