Awake, O Sleeper!

Looking forward to getting up early tomorrow morning for Sunrise Service. The sermon for that service will be entitled, "Wake Up Call," and will, in addition to Mark's resurrection narrative, include Ephesians 5:14. As a kind of addendum, I thought I'd share this video by The Brothers Bright. The lyrics are below.
 
 
 
"Oh Abraham would raise his hands;
and mourn this very day;
for his children left the promised land;
in search of their own way.
They kick and scream like wayward sons;
And always wanting to sleep;
and dream away these evil days;
in hopes that God can't see.
 
There are chains upon your children Lord;
Chains upon your children.
There are chains upon your children;
We're in chains.
 
Do you hear the lion roar?
(Awake O Sleeper)
Stand with me we'll fight the war.
(Awake O Sleeper)
 
Your suffering will come again;
and never fall away.
For we trade our many comforts;
Like the one who bled for grace.
There will come a day my God will come;
and put me in my place.
My God I pray;
You'll call my name;
instead of turn away.
 
There are chains upon your children Lord;
Chains upon your children.
There are chains upon your children;
We're in chains.
 
Do you hear the lion roar?
(Awake O Sleeper)
Stand with me we'll fight the war.
(Awake O Sleeper)
 
Let no man bring me harm; I bear the marks of Jesus.
Let no man bring me harm;
I bear the marks of the Lord.
I said, Let no man bring me harm;
I bear the marks of Jesus.
Let no man bring me harm;
'Cause I bear the marks of God.
 
Do you hear the lion roar?
(Awake O Sleeper)
Stand with me we'll fight the war.
(Awake O Sleeper)
I said, Do you hear the lion roar?
(Awake O Sleeper)
Come on and stand with me we'll fight the war.
(Awake O Sleeper)
 
(Let no man bring me harm;
I bear the marks of Jesus;
Let no man bring me harm;
I bear the marks of the Lord.)"