He is not here, but is risen.@Luke 24:6
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Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)

Thomas Kelly, Hymns Not Before Published (Dublin: Thomas Johnston, 1815), number 6.

Advent (Goss) John Goss, 1872 (🔊 pdf nwc).

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John Goss (1800-1880)

The Lord, who late was dead,
Now lives; then haste away,
And through the world the tidings spread,
The Lord is ris’n today.

While foes are filled with fear;
His joyful friends may say,
What glorious news is this we hear?
The Lord is ris’n today.

His triumph is complete,
Let all His people say;
And let ten thousand tongues repeat,
The Lord is ris’n today.

Let all His people sing,
For well His people may;
The theme is sweet; of hope the spring,
The Lord is ris’n today.

On Him our souls rely,
Desponding thoughts away;
We know ’tis true, and sing with joy,
The Lord is ris’n today.