1 A radiant light is dawning o’er the hills,
Its splendor all the earth with beauty fills,
And in its wondrous glow
Ev’ry life true peace doth know,
And the joy it brings each troubled heart now thrills.
Sunshine of love so wondrous fair and bright,
‘Tis sunshine that scatters all the clouds of night,
It brings to our hearts the joy of heav’n above,
‘Tis the sunshine of Jesus’ love.
2 The sunshine of His presence bringeth joy,
While naught can mar or shadow or annoy,
Then with the blessed light
Beaming o’er our lives so bright,
Sweetest songs of praise and thanks our tongues employ. [Chorus]
3 O blessed light of love so sweet and pure,
Fair light that thro’ the ages shall endure,
Shine thou on us today
And illume for us the way,
In the sunshine of His love we walk secure. [Chorus]
Mabel J. Rosemon, 1880-?
Born: December 3, 1880, Manhattan, New York.
Rosemon seems to have been living in Mercer County, New Jersey, in 1900. Her works include:
Christmas Suggestion Book No. 2 (editor), 1928
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