An Italian Easter Song

Buona Pasqua (Happy Easter) from Italy!! This Easter is, beyond doubt, the strangest most of us ever remember celebrating. And in the midst of this COVID-19 storm we perhaps feel sad, alone, and shut in. But to help ease that, I’ve got a little gift for you from our church.

An Easter song (in Italian) proclaiming the good news that in Christ alone our hope is found, He is our light, our strength, our song! The Cornerstone, the solid rock on which we stand. Firm through the fiercest drought and storm.

In Christ alone our hope is found!

Christ is risen!

The best Easter gift we can give is to proclaim the good news that Christ is risen! “Bursting forth in glorious Day, Up from the grave He rose again!”

No bars, prison, or government decrees can ever cancel the freedom we have in Christ! No power of hell, no scheme of man can ever pluck us from His hand! All other ground is sinking sand. Here in the power of Christ we’ll stand!

In Christ we have eternal freedom to…

  • Know him and feel his presence.
  • Hear his voice and talk with him.
  • Trust him.
  • Rejoice in him.
  • And praise and worship him.

For you: an Easter hymn direct from Italy!

A Te Gesù (In Christ Alone), sung by members of our praise group during our online Easter morning meeting. I think they did a great job, especially considering that it was done with each person in their own separate home! Bravi!! Watch it below!

Easter has always been my favorite holiday, and my heart was greatly saddened at not being able to celebrate his resurrection in church with my brethren. So this song blessed my heart immensely, and I hope it will bless yours as well.

Buona Pasqua from Italy – celebrate Christ’s life and victory over death!

A Te, Gesù (In Christ Alone)

Read the Italian words below. Or go here for the English words.

A Te, Gesù, io canterò, Luce e speranza sei per me.
E su di Te che roccia sei, La vita mia resisterà.
Sostegno e pace mi darai, Nelle tempeste di quaggiù.
Conforto troverò ogni dì, Nel grande amore Tuo, Gesù.

Gesù divenne uomo ma, Non perse la divinità.
Che gran giustizia, pace e amor, Ai peccatori poi donò.
Col Padre ci riconciliò, Ed il peccato cancellò.
Ora il perdono riceviam, Grazie alla morte di Gesù.

In quella tomba non c’è più, Cristo per noi risuscitò.
La luce venne fin quaggiù, La nostra vita rischiarò
Ci riscattò, ci trasformò, In Lui, vittoria e pace abbiam.
Al Padre grazie noi rendiam, Del sacrificio di Gesù.

La morte più non temerò, Per la potenza di Gesù.
Non più condanna e colpe avrò, Libero sono nel Signor.
L’inferno e l’uomo non potran, Strapparmi mai dalla Sua man.
Con fede io resisterò, Grazie alla forza di Gesù.


  • Image of cross by David DilbertCross.
  • Music team: Sax-Andrea, Guitars-Angelo & Shawn, Piano-Daniele, Violin-Gloria, Bass-Paola | Singers: Daniele, Emanuela, Gianna, Ivana, and Shawn. | Technician: Shawn.
  • Song: “A Te Gesù”: written by: Keith Getty, Stuart Townend; published by Kingsway Thankyou Music / Stella del Mattino Ed. Musicali.

27 thoughts on “An Italian Easter Song

  1. I have to tell you that reading this now during the Advent season is almost more powerful. You can’t separate the cradle from the cross. The two are intricately and eternally entwined in God’s most amazing promise and His fulfillment. Thanks for this gift, my friend.


    1. Oh yes, Dayle. Easter and Christmas, eternally entwined. Without Christmas, Easter couldn’t happen. But without Easter, Christmas would have remained incomplete, with no real significance. But I love the way you put it. You can’t separate the cradle from the cross!! AMEN!

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    1. Thanks Karen, I’m so glad the song blessed you! We are fine, thanks. We have not had many cases here in our area so things have remained pretty calm. I see that things are starting to get bad over there though. Hope you all stay safe and well.

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  2. Amen. Praise God. I am blessed to read your post in this first visit to your blog. I will surely come back for more.
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  3. One of my favorite praise hymns also. Your church’s worship team is very talented, but better yet, they sing and play from their hearts. A blessed day after Easter, Sheila. He is risen!


    1. I agree Nancy. I think it’s one of the most beautifull hymns of all time! And yes, our team is very talented. But like you said, it comes from the heart. All they want to do is glorify God. We pray he will always get all the glory for all that we do!

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    1. You are more than welcome, Linda! And yes, it is one of the most special hymns ever, and beautiful no matter the language. Perhaps we will sing it around the throne, each in his or her’s own tongue!!


  4. Beautiful! In Christ Alone is one of my all-time favorite hymns. What a wonderful testimony to unity and the heart of those who love and are loved by our Resurrected Lord. Thanks for this sweet Easter gift, my friend. There’s something about hearing an old favorite in another language that expands the scope of heaven for me.


    1. So true, Dayle! It does help us realize that we are part of such a big family – of every tribe, nation, and peoples!! A taste of what heaven will be like! So blessed that it blessed your heart too!


    1. Grazie! So sorry I didn’t answer sooner. Your comment got sent to spam. You are so right! Easter joy can be summed up in those words: “Cristo è davvero risorto!!” (Christ is risen indeed!!) Blessings to you and yours!


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