118. His Matchless Love

1 Some golden daybreak, some resplendent morn,
Life’s journey ended, all its burdens borne,
I shall awaken on that peaceful shore
Where pain and grief and sin will reach me nevermore.

Then I shall meet Him, meet my loving Saviour,
Who now is watching from His dwelling place above;
Then I will praise Him with a nobler song,
Praise Him more fully for His love,
His matchless love.

2 Some golden daybreak I shall wake to find
Hush’d ev’ry discord, sorrows left behind,
And Him who loves me dearly I shall see
Waiting to open wide the pearly gates for me. [Refrain]

3 Tho’ often dreary is the homeward road,
Bright is its ending in the soul’s abode;
Tho’ long the darkness, bright the dawn will be,
For my Redeemer will be waiting there for me. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Some golden daybreak, some resplendent morn
Title: His Matchless Love
Author: James Rowe
Refrain First Line: Then I shall meet Him, meet my loving Saviour
Language: English
Publication Date: 1922


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