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96: THE Saviour lives, no more to die

by Samuel Medley (1738-1799)

sung to Duke Street midi score
by J. Hatton, c. 1710-1793

1 THE Saviour lives, no more to die;
He lives, our Head, enthroned on high;
He lives triumphant o'er the grave;
He lives eternally to save.

2 He lives to still His people's fears;
He lives to wipe away their tears;
He went their mansions to prepare;
He comes to bring them safely there.

3 Then let our souls in Him rejoice,
And sing His praise with cheerful voice,
Our doubts and fears for ever gone,
For Christ is on the Father's throne.

4 The chief of sinners He receives;
His saints He loves and never leaves:
He'll guard us safe from every ill,
And all His promises fulfil.

5 Abundant grace will He afford,
Till we are present with the Lord;
And prove what we have sung before,
That Jesus lives for evermore.

Alternative tunes (L.M.)

Arizona midi score
Brookfield midi score
Deep Harmony midi score
Dusseldorf midi score
Federal Street midi score
Grateful Praise midi score
Hamburg midi score
Holley midi score
Hursley midi score
Living Springs midi score
Maryton midi score
Mendon midi score
Old Hundredth midi score
Pentecost midi score
Retreat midi score
Rockingham midi score
St. Clement midi score
Talis's Canon midi score
Vom Himmel Hoch midi score
Walton midi score
Wareham midi score
Warrington midi score
Whitburn midi score
Woodworth midi score
Zephyr midi score