I Know That My Redeemer Lives

from by Daniel Snoke



Each year I record a musical greeting for the Lent/Easter season. This is 2011's greeting. I hope you enjoy it.


Words are from a 19th Century American Folk Hymn

I know that my Redeemer lives--
glory, hallelujah!
What comfort this sweet sentence gives--
glory, hallelujah!

Shout on, pray on, we're gaining ground--
glory, hallelujah!
The dead's alive and the lost is found--
glory, hallelujah!

He lives, he lives, who once was dead--
glory, hallelujah!
He lives, my everlasting Head--
glory, hallelujah!

He lives, to bless me with his love--
glory, hallelujah!
He lives to plead for me above--
glory, hallelujah!

He lives, all glory to his name!--
glory, hallelujah!
He lives, my Jesus, still the same--
glory, hallelujah!


from At Last Far Off + Lent Special, released November 18, 2013
Original music by Samuel Medley, 1775
Arrangement by Daniel J Snoke, Copyright 2011



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Daniel Snoke Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Currently, Daniel is both the music director at City Reformed Presbyterian Church and a campus minister with the CCO, a non-profit campus ministry organization. He seeks to understand and minister to wherever faith and the arts intersect.

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