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Come, Thou glorious day of promise

Come, Thou glorious day of promise

Author: Alex Neibaur
Tune: RUTH (Smyth)
Published in 9 hymnals

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1. Come, thou glorious day of promise;
Come and spread thy cheerful ray,
When the scattered sheep of Israel
Shall no longer go astray,
When hosannas,
When hosannas
With united voice they’ll cry.

2. Lord, how long wilt thou be angry?
Shall thy wrath forever burn?
Rise, redeem thine ancient people;
Their transgressions from them turn.
King of Israel,
King of Israel,
Come and set thy people free.

3. Oh, that soon thou wouldst to Jacob
Thy enliv’ning Spirit send!
Of their unbelief and misery
Make, O Lord, a speedy end.
Lord, Messiah!
Lord, Messiah!
Prince of Peace o’er Israel reign.

Source: Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints #50

Author: Alex Neibaur

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First Line: Come, Thou glorious day of promise
Author: Alex Neibaur
Copyright: Public Domain

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Hymns of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints #50

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