Oh those words that He is Risen! Those words are the declaration of our Savior's triumph over sin and death. And how wonderful is it that he has appeared to men again in this dispensation, to Joseph Smith and others, and to countless apostles and prophets in our day, who lead and guide his church.
Jesus Christ is our Savior and Redeemer, the Savior and Redeemer of all of us, and has broken the bonds of sin and death. He has made it possible to return back to the presence of our Father in Heaven, to live with him and our families forever. When there, we will help the Father and Savior with their work, bringing to pass the immortality and eternal life of all.
The meaning of the word Hallelujah, loosely, is "Praise to Jehovah." and I can think of no better phrase than that. As the Prophet has said, may we live with gratitude ever in our hearts for the Savior of the World, he who has ransomed us.
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Picture is He is Risen by Del Parson, courtesy of http://www.lds.org/
(Scriptures Matthew 28:6 http://www.lds.org/