Angel! roll the rock away; Death, yield up thy mighty prey; See he rises from the tomb; Glowing in immortal bloom. Hallelujah! 'Tis the Savior, angels, raise Fame's eternal trump of praise, Let the world's remotest bound Hear the joy-inspiring sound. Hallelujah! Shout, ye saints, in rapturous song Let the strains be sweet and strong; Shout the Son of God, this morn From his sepulcher new born. Hallelujah! Hail, victorious Jesus, hail! On thy cloud of glory sail In long triumph through the sky Up to waiting worlds on high. Hallelujah! Heaven displays her portals wide, Glorious hero, through them ride; King of glory, mount the throne, Thy great Father's, and thy own. Hallelujah! Powers of heaven, seraphic fires Sing and sweep your sounding lyres; Sons of men, in humble strain, Sing your mighty Savior's reign. Hallelujah! Every note with wonder swell; Sin overthrown and captived hell! Where is hell's once dreaded king? Where, O death, thy mortal sting? Hallelujah!
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From Thomas Enfield's Hymns for Public Worship, Hymn 61, 1772.
- by Thomas Scott (1705 - 1775), no title, first published 1772 [author's text checked 1 time against a primary source]
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- Also set in English, [adaptation] ; composed by John Prindle Scott.
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