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GLORY IN THE HIGHEST.

7.7.7.6. FREDERICK A. G. OUSELEY, 1877.

1 Eas - ter flowers are blooming bright, Eas - ter skies pour ra -diant light: d

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2 Angels caroled this sweet lay,

When in manger rude He lay;
Now once more cast grief away,

Glory in the highest.

3 He, then born to grief and pain,

Now to glory born again,
Calleth forth our gladdest strain,

Glory in the highest.

4 As He riseth, rise we too,

Tune we heart and voice anew,
Offering homage glad and true,
Glory in the highest. Amen.

MARY A. NICHOLSON, 1875.

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down the angel bright, And rolled the stone a - way. Your voi-ces raise with

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2 The keepers watching near,

At that dread sight and sound,
Fell down with sudden fear
Like dead men to the ground.

Your voices raise, etc.
3 Then rose from death's dark gloom,

Unseen by mortal eye,
Triumphant o'er the tomb,
The Lord of earth and sky!

Your voices raise, etc.
4 O let your hearts be strong!

For we, like Him, shall rise,
To dwell with Him ere long
In bliss beyond the skies.
Your voices raise, etc. Amen.

W. WALSHAM HOW, 1872.

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2 He Who came to save us,

He Who bled and died, Now is crowned with glory,

At His Father's side.
Nevermore to suffer,

Nevermore to die;
Jesus, King of glory,
Is gone up on high!
All His work is ended,

Joyfully we sing,
Jesus hath ascended!

Glory to our King !

3 Pleading for His children

In that blessèd place, Calling them to glory,

Sending them His grace;
His bright home preparing,

Faithful ones, for you ;
Jesus ever liveth,
Ever loveth too.
All His work is ended,

Joyfully we sing,
Jesus hath ascended!
Glory to our King! Amen.

FRANCES R. HAVERGAL, 1871.

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ST. THERESA (Second Tune).

To be sung in unison.

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