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O the crowning day is coming

Author: Richard Slater Hymnal: Salvation Army Music #d254 (1900) Hymnal Title: Salvation Army Music First Line: There is coming on a great day of rejoicing
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There Is Coming on a Great Day of Rejoicing

Author: Richard Slater Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #6746 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Refrain First Line: O the crowning day is coming Lyrics: 1. There is coming on a great day of rejoicing, When all the ransomed shall gather, their Lord as king to crown; All earth’s sorrow and its sin then disappearing, Every heart will the Savior then own. Refrain O the crowning day is coming, Hallelujah! O the crowning day is coming, Praise the Lord! For our Savior-King shall reign, He shall have His own again, Hallelujah, Hallelujah! 2. From far distant lands battalions now are marching, Who will have part in the honors which Jesus will bestow; God be praised for all the souls that now are starting, Swelling the hosts that to victory go. [Refrain] 3. Do you, comrades, feel at times a bit downhearted, When in the fight all looks dark, and the foe seems fierce and strong? At such times I find my fear has all departed When I remember that day coming on. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [There is coming on a great day of rejoicing]
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O the crowning day is coming

Author: Richard Slater (1854-1939) Hymnal: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #169 (1986) Hymnal Title: The Song Book of the Salvation Army First Line: THERE is coming on a great day of rejoicing Lyrics: THERE is coming on a great day of rejoicing, When all the ransomed shall gather, their Lord as King to crown; All earth’s sorrow and its sin then disappearing, Every heart will the Saviour then own. Refrain: O the crowning day is coming, Hallelujah! O the crowning day is coming, Praise the Lord! For our Saviour-King shall reign, He shall have his own again, Hallelujah! Hallelujah! 2 From far distant lands battalions now are marching, Who will have part in the honours which Jesus will bestow; God be praised for all the souls that now are starting, Swelling the hosts that to victory go. 3 Do you, comrades, feel at times a bit downhearted, When in the fight all looks dark, and the foe seems fierce and strong? At such times I find my fear has all departed When I remember that day coming on. Topics: The Lord Jesus Christ Kingdom Languages: English

O the crowning day is coming

Author: Richard Slater Hymnal: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #d804 (1953) Hymnal Title: The Song Book of the Salvation Army First Line: There is coming on a great day of rejoicing

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