Easter Worship: Ain’t No Grave (Brother Claude Ely Cover)

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Written by Brother Claude Ely, a Pentecostal preacher and musician, this moving song makes a powerful theological claim: there’s no grave that can hold our bodies down. That God loves human beings, body and soul, is at the heart of the Christian proclamation of the good news. Our faith is grounded in the mystery of the Incarnation—that God became a human being and dwelled among us, dying as we die, and being raised in body as we too shall one day rise. To miss this point is to forget that human bodies matter. Every human body has a right to health and wellness, safety and dignity. When we share food, clothing, and shelter, we are honoring the sacredness of the embodied human being, created in God’s good image. And there ain’t no grave—no power of death—that can hold our bodies down.


Ain’t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down
Words and Music by Brother Claude Ely

Ain’t no grave gonna hold my body down
Ain’t no grave gonna hold my body down
When I hear that trumpet sound
I’m gonna get up out the ground
Ain’t no grave gonna hold my body down

Verse One:
Well, I’m going down to the River Jordan
Bury my knees in the sand
Gonna holler High Hosanna
Until I reach that promised land
Well, I looked way down the river
And what do you think I seen?
I seen a band of angels
And they’s a-coming after me

Verse Two:
Meet me, meet me, Jesus
Meet me in the middle of the air
If those wings don’t fail me
I’ll follow you anywhere
Well, go down yonder, Gabriel
Put your foot on the land and sea
But Gabriel, don’t you blow your trumpet
‘Til you hear a word from me

Verse Three:
Well, I looked way over yonder
Seen people dressed in white
I know it was God’s people
‘Cause I seen them doing right
Rise of angels обзор

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