Words: Arthur T. Russell, Psalms and Hymns (Cambridge, England: John Deighton, 1851), number 110.
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Come, see the place where Jesus lay;
Believe, and cast thy fears away:
For thee He lives; for thee He died;
Lives thee to bless, lives thee to guide.
Oh tell to Him thy every grief:
He lives to yield thine ills relief—
To close in death thy wearied eyes,
And lift thy spirit to the skies.
Oh come; let us together sing
The triumph of our heavenly king:
The Lord is risen, to die no more:
O earth! O Heaven! your God adore.