He Died That We Might Live Again
April 2005

“He Died That We Might Live Again,” Liahona, Apr. 2005, F13

He Died That We Might Live Again

He died that we might live again,

Lord Jesus, our Redeemer true.

He died on Calv’ry’s lonely hill.

His life He gave for me and you.

He rose from the grave on Easter morn,

Our Savior and our King.

He showed His love for all mankind.

For His great love, give thanks and sing.

Rejoice! Rejoice! and sing, sing, sing.

Words: Thelma McKinnon Anderson, 1913–97 © 1976 IRI
Music: Charlene Anderson Newell, b. 1938 © 1976 IRI

This song may be copied for incidental, noncommercial church or home use.

John 15:13

D&C 20:23; D&C 76:41

music, He Died That We Might Again

Illustrated by Beth M. Whittaker