Darkness and Light

After the blackness of midnight

Author: A. C. Hulse
Tune: [After the likeness of Jesus]
Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 After the blackness of midnight,
Cometh the dawning of day;
After the cloud and the tempest,
Sunshine drives darkness away.

Chorus:
Joy is the fruit of the morning,
Gloom is the offspring of night;
Faith is the noblest adorning,
Patiently waiting for light.

2 After the sadness of doubting,
Doubting and walking by sight,
Cometh the sweetness of trusting,
Trusting that all will be right. [Chorus]

3 After the heart has been troubled,
Torn by some deep hidden grief;
Cometh the calm and the sunshine
Bringing a welcome relief. [Chorus]


Source: Gospel Praise Book.: a collection of choice gems of sacred song suitable for church service, gospel praise meetings, and family devotions. (Complete ed.) #160b

Author: A. C. Hulse

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Text Information

First Line: After the blackness of midnight
Title: Darkness and Light
Author: A. C. Hulse
Refrain First Line: Joy is the fruit of the morning

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Gospel Praise Book #d8

Gospel Praise Book, enlarged ed. #d4

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