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Resurrection [Out of Print]

Composer:
Pearl G. Curran
Text Source:
John 20: 1, 11, 14-15, 17-20, 26, 30-31; John 21: 1, 25-27; John 11: 25-26; Rev 21: 4-5, 12
Publisher:
G. Schirmer

Lyrics

The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene and seeth the stone rolled away from the door of the tomb. And as she wept, Jesus appeared unto her, and said unto her,

Woman, why weepest thou? Go and tell my disciples that I ascend unto my Father, and to my God. Woman, why weepest thou? I ascend unto your Father, and to your God.

Then many times did Jesus appear to His disciples; They saw His hands, His feet, and felt the wound in His side. He bade them believe that He was the selfsame Jesus, and

brought to their remembrance things that He had taught them; I am the resurrection, and the life: whoso believeth in me, shall never die. I am the resurrection, and the life:

whoso believeth in me shall never die. Behold, I come quickly, and my reward is with me. Believest thou this, that Christ is the Son of God? There shall be no more death,

neither sorrow nor crying; for God hath given everlasting life.

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