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A Better Day

Author: Miss Jennie Stout Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: A better day is coming Refrain First Line: A better day, a better day Lyrics: 1 A better day is coming, When truth and right shall reign, When hearts shall know no sorrow, But sing in glad refrain: Refrain: A better day, a better day, A better day is coming on; A better day, a better day, A better day is coming. 2 A better day is coming,— Oh, see the golden beams!— A day of light and glory; Let each heart catch the gleams. [Refrain] 3 A better day is coming, A day of perfect rest,— The long-expected pleasure Of reigning with the blest. [Refrain] 4 Oh, send the tidings over The world from shore to shore; The glorious day is dawning, When sin shall reign no more. [Refrain] Used With Tune: [A better day is coming]

A better day

Author: Frederick M. Lehman Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Friends we trusted may fail Refrain First Line: There's a better day coming

A better day

Appears in 7 hymnals First Line: I am waiting, ever waiting

A better day

Author: James S. Wetherington Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Steps unsteady, Growing old Refrain First Line: Better days are coming

A Better Day Coming

Author: Grace Weiser Davis Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: O, a better day is dawning Refrain First Line: You'll be there, I'll be there

A better day coming on

Author: Eliza E. Hewitt Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: There's a song of hope like a chime of bells Refrain First Line: There's a better day coming
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A better day is coming

Author: Charles A. Tindley; Robert Lowry Appears in 19 hymnals First Line: A better day is coming, the morning draweth nigh Refrain First Line: 'Tis coming by and by, 'Tis coming by and by Lyrics: 1 A better day is coming, the morning draweth nigh, When girded right with holy might shall overthrow the wrong. When Christ our Lord shall listen To every plaintive sigh, And stretch His hand o'er every land in justice by and by. Chorus: 'Tis coming by and by, 'Tis coming by and by, A better day is coming, the morning draweth night, 'Tis coming by and by, 'Tis coming by and by, The welcome dawn is hastening on, Tis coming by and by. 2 The boast of haughty error no more shall fill the land, While men enraged, their power engaged, to kill their fellow man, But God the Lord shall triumph, and Satan's host shall fly, For wrong must cease and righteousness shall conquer by and by. [Chorus] 3 No more will angry nations in deadly conflict meet, While children cry and parents die in conquest or defeat, For Jesus Christ the Captain, Will give the battle cry, The Holy Ghost will lead the host to victory by and by. [Chorus] 4 No more shall lords and rulers their helpless victims press, And bar the door against the poor and leave them in distress, But God, the King of Glory, Who hears the ravens cry, Will give command that every man have plenty by and by. [Chorus] Used With Tune: [A better day is coming, the morning draweth nigh]

A Better Day Is Coming

Author: Charles H. Huff Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: This old world is filled with sorrow, sin is ev'rywhere Refrain First Line: It will be a glad day of glory, over yonder Used With Tune: [This old world is filled with sorrow, sin is ev'rywhere]

A Better Day Is Coming

Author: J. M. Henson Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: We meet to worship our dear Savior in the spirit of sweet song Refrain First Line: A better morning is approaching Used With Tune: [We meet to worship our dear Savior in the spirit of sweet song]

A better day is dawning

Author: Henry B. Hartzler Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Through the darkness of gloom Refrain First Line: For the era is dawning

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