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And more his heavenly might to shew, Himself upon the sea did go, There never could a man do so,
But only Christ our Saviour.
Then praise, &c. And yet, for all his works so great, The Jews were in a fearful heat, That no persuasion could intreat,
But truly they must kill him.
Then praise, &c. When they bereav'd his life so good, The moon was turned into blood, The earth and temple shaking stood,
And graves full wide did open.
Then praise, &c. Then some of them that stood thereby, With voices loud began to cry, This was the Son of God truly,
Without any fear or doubting.
Then praise, &c. For, as he said, it proved so plain, Within three days he rose again, Although he suffered bitter pain,
Both death and hell he conquer d.
Then praise, &c. Then afterward ascended he To Heaven in glorious majesty ; With him God grant us all to be,
For evermore rejoicing.            Then, &c.

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