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A great light dawns in GalileeSome say mad manSome say KingWonder working rebel priestJesus Christ the Nazarene
He knew well what it would takeTo free us all from sin and graveA perfect man would have to dieAnd only He could pay that price
Friday’s good cause Sunday is comingDon’t lose hope cause Sunday is comingDevil you’re doneYou better start runningFriday’s good cause Sunday is coming
So He let those soldiers take Him inAs His friend betrayed Him with a kissThere before the mocking crowdLike a lamb to the slaughterDidn’t make a sound
Then He carried that cross to CalvaryAnd He shed His blood to set us freeAs the nails went inAnd the sky went darkThe redemption of the world was on His heart
Then He breathed His lastAnd bowed His headThe Son of GodAnd man was deadWith bloody handsTears on their faceThey laid Him downInside that grave
But that wasn’t the endThat wasn’t the endThat wasn’t the endLet me tell you what happened next
The women came before the dawnTo find that stone already goneWhen they looked inside the angel saidWhy you looking for the livingAmong the dead
He’s alive He’s aliveHallelujah He’s aliveGive Him praiseLift Him highHallelujah He’s alive
Now Jesus reignsUpon the throneAll Heaven singsTo Him aloneWe watch and waitLike a bride for a groomOh church ariseHe’s coming soon
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