You are looking for Jesus the Nazarene, who was crucified. He has risen! He is not here. See the place where they laid Him.@Mark 16:6
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Robert Lowry (1826-1899)

Robert Lowry, 1874; appeared in Brightest and Best, by Lowry & W. Howard Doane (New York: Biglow & Main, 1875) (🔊 pdf nwc, male voices).

Low in the grave He lay, Jesus my Savior,
Waiting the coming day, Jesus my Lord!

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Up from the grave He arose,
With a mighty triumph o’er His foes,
He arose a victor from the dark domain,
And He lives forever, with His saints to reign.
He arose! He arose!
Hallelujah! Christ arose!

Vainly they watch His bed, Jesus my Savior;
Vainly they seal the dead, Jesus my Lord!

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Death cannot keep its prey, Jesus my Savior;
He tore the bars away, Jesus my Lord!

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The Empty Cross

The eve of Golgotha had come,
And Christ lay shrouded in the garden tomb,
Among the olives, oh, how dumb,
How sad the sun incarnadined the gloom!

The hill grew dim—the pleading cross
Reached empty arms toward the closing gate.
Jerusalem, oh, count thy loss!
Oh, hear ye! hear ye! ere it be too late!

Reached bleeding arms—but how in vain!
The murmurous multitude within the wall
Already had forgot His pain—
Tomorrow would forget the cross—and all!

They knew not Rome, before its sign,
Bending her brow bound with the nation’s threne,
Would sweep all lands from Nile to Rhine
In servitude unto the Nazarene.

Nor knew that millions would forsake
Ancestral shrines great with the glow of time,
And lifting up its token shake
Æons with thrill of love or battle’s crime.

With empty arms aloft it stood:
Ah, Scribe and Pharisee, ye builded well!
The cross emblotted with His blood
Mounts, highest hope of men, against earth’s hell!

Cale Young Rice, Plays and Lyrics, 1906