Who is there on this Easter morning


Who is there on this Easter morning
runs not with John to find the grave?
Nor sees how, death's dominion scorning,
Jesus is risen, strong to save?
Who is there on this Easter morning
runs not with John to find the grave?

Who has not stood where Mary, grieving,
to that first Easter garden came,
for very joy but half believing;
whose is the voice that calls her name?
Who has not stood where Mary, grieving,
to that first Easter garden came?

Who is there doubts that night is ended?
Hear from on high the trumpets call!
Christ is in triumph now ascended,
risen and reigning, Lord of all!
Who is there doubts that night is ended?
Hear from on high the trumpets call!


Words: Timothy Dudley-Smith
Words © 1984 by Hope Publishing Co., Carol Stream, IL 60188.
All rights reserved. Used by permission.
For permission to reproduce this hymn in all territories except the UK, Europe & Africa, contact: Hope Publishing Company, www.hopepublishing.com
For UK, Europe & Africa: contact: Bishop Timothy Dudley-Smith, 9 Ashlands, Ford, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP4 6DY England

Music: Quelle est cette odeur

Meter: 98 98 98

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