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With his Father watching, Jesus went to the cross, suffered in agony, gave his life for the lost.
In a borrowed tomb they laid him, sealed it with stone, scribes demanded guards posted, don’t leave the corpse alone.
Early the next morning, women arrived at dawn, carrying burial spices, nothing could go wrong.
But the tomb had been opened, the stone rolled away, an angel awaited, with prophecy for the day.
Why do you seek the living among the dead? He has risen, just as He said.
Go tell the disciples, spread the good news, Jesus has conquered, death had to lose.
Heaven awaits those who believe, Just as He promised, joy is yours to receive.