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Posted:  08 Apr 2010 15:15
I know this song by the title "He Is Risen"

It was on a Sunday morning;
all the world had been in mourning.
Jesus Christ had suffered bled and died alone.
When his friends had gone to seek Him,
in the tomb they tried to keep Him,
but the stone was rolled away,
the Lord was gone.

Yes, He's risen here today.
He's no longer where He lay.
He is risen for I feel Him in my soul.
When His life on earth had ended
on to glory He ascended.
He is risen for I feel Him in my soul.

Those who came were struck with terror
feeling there had been some error;
and they marveled at the angel as he said,
"If it's Jesus you are seeking,
He is gone for none could keep Him.
Come behold the place
and see where He was laid."

On a lonely road was walking,
two disciples gently talking,
when a stranger overtook them on their way.
It was Jesus who had risen
that their sins might be forgiven,
and their hearts did burn within them on their way.
Posted:  11 Apr 2010 20:56
Here's one called He Has Risen. I don't know if anyone is looking for this one but I thought I would post it anyway, God Bless!

He Has Risen

Verse:  1
Some where in the distance, I heard the hammer ring,
as they drove the nails, in his hands and in his feet,
as a crowd gathered round, saying away with him,
but Jesus knew down in his heart, that he would live again.

He has risen, he has risen, that old tomb is empty now,
all that remains is grave clothes and blood stains,
that old tomb, that old tomb is empty now.

Verse:  2
As he lay there in the tomb the soldiers camped around,
God was making plans to send his angels down,
they hurried down from heaven, they didn’t make a sound,
the spirit spoke to him, he got up and walked around.
Posted:  20 Apr 2014 14:50
thanks much God bless!
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