‘Up From The Grave He Arose’ has become an Easter classic. And as these two adorable brothers sing the time-honored hymn, it’s no surprise the inspirational music video went viral!
One of the sweetest things to behold is a child worshipping our Lord. So, when these two brothers sang an Easter classic from the front of their small church, someone made sure to catch it on camera.
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And thank goodness! Hearing the powerful lyrics from ‘Up From The Grave He Arose’ pour out of these two sweet souls is such a blessing. This is definitely how you make an entire congregation say “Awwww”!
‘Up From The Grave He Arose’ Lyrics Excerpt
"Up from the grave, He arose,
With a mighty triumph o’er His foes,
He arose a Victor from the dark domain,
And He lives forever, with His saints to reign.
He arose! He arose!
Hallelujah! Christ arose!"
Story Behind ‘Up From The Grave He Arose’
A Baptist pastor named Robert Lowry composed this classic Easter hymn in 1874. The song appeared in hymnals, sometimes under the titles of ‘Low In The Grave’ or ‘Christ Arose’. Some folks simply refer to the hymn as ‘He Arose’.
Since the words are all about Jesus’ amazing victory over the grave, it’s no surprise the hymn has become an Easter tradition at churches everywhere (Read about US Easter Traditions by State).
The lyrics from ‘Up From The Grave He Arose’ already do a fantastic job of reminding the world of the real reason for Easter. It’s all about remembering the sacrifice God made when He sent His only Son down to Earth to die for our sins.
But hearing the worship tune from these two little sweeties really sets my soul on fire! They clearly have Jesus in their heart and a bright future spreading the Good Word.
WATCH: 2 Adorable Brothers Sing Classic Easter Hymn
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"He is not here; he has risen! Remember how he told you, while he was still with you in Galilee: ‘The Son of Man must be delivered over to the hands of sinners, be crucified and on the third day be raised again.'" Luke 24:6-7
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