"Did Christ Remain in the Tomb?" as written by and Dana Dirksen....
Do not be afraid.
Do not be afraid.
Do not be afraid.

Oh, He is risen, He is risen, just as He did say.
Do not be afraid. (For I know you are looking)
Do not be afraid. (Looking for Jesus.) Do not be afraid.
Oh, He is risen, He is risen, just as He did say.

He is risen, just as He did say.
He is risen, all my sins are washed away.
He is risen, just as He did say.
All my sins, all my sins have been washed away.

Do not be afraid. (Go tell the disciples.)
Do not be afraid. (Quickly tell the disciples.) Do not be afraid.
He is risen, He is risen, just as He did say.

Come and see the place, come and see the place,
Come and see the place where He lay (Christ is risen).
Come and see the place, come and see the place,
come and see the place where He lay (the stone’s been rolled away).
Mathew 28, Mathew 28

Did Christ remain in the tomb?
Oh, Christ is risen on the third day, just as He did say.
Christ is risen on the third day, just as He did say.
Oh, all my sins, all my sins have been washed on the third day.

Do not be afraid. (Christ, He is risen.)
Do not be afraid. (Oh, I know I’m forgiven.)
Do not be afraid. (Quickly tell the disciples.)
Do not be afraid. (Believe in the Risen King.)
Do not be afraid. (All my sins have been washed away)


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"Did Christ Remain in the Tomb?" as written by Dana Dirksen

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