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Led them with un-moist-ened foot Through the Red Sea
Christ hath burst His prison,
As a sun hath risen;
Long and dark, is flying
Laud and praise undying.
I Say to All Men, Far
Far and Near
Southwell C. M.
HERBERT STEPHEN IRONS
all men far and near, That He is ris'n a - gain; That
4 Neither might the gates of death,
Nor the tomb's dark portal,
Hold Thee as a mortal:
Thou didst stand, bestowing
Tr. JOHN MASON NBAJ.B
Lux Eoi 87 878787
ARTHUR SEYMOUR SULLIVAN
1. Al - le - lu - ia! Al - le - lu - ia! Hearts and voic - es heav'n-ward raise:
Je - sus Christ, the King of glo - ry, Now is ris - en from the dead. A-men.
Now the iron bars are broken,
Christ from death to life is born, Glorious life, and life immortal,
On this holy Easter morn: Christ has triumphed, and we conquer
By His mighty enterprise, We with Him to life eternal
By His resurrection rise.
3 Christ is risen, Christ, the first-fruits
Of the holy harvest-field, Which will all its full abundance
At His second coming yield: Then the golden ears of harvest
Will their heads before Him wave, Ripened by His glorious sunshine
From the furrows of the grave.
See, He ris - es from the tomb, Glowing with im-mor-tal bloom .A-men.
5 Alleluia! Alleluia !
Glory be to God on high: Alleluia to the Saviour
Who has won the victory; Alleluia to the Spirit,
Fount of love and sanctity; Alleluia! Alleluia! To the Triune Majesty. Amen.