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Light on the Other Side

Does darkness now come over thy soul

Author: Rev. H. H. Ryland
Tune: [Does darkness now come over thy soul]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Does darkness now come o’er thy soul?
There’ll be light on the other side.
Some day the clouds away will roll;
There’ll be light on the other side.

Refrain:
There’ll be light, there’ll be light,
There’ll be light on the other side.
In heav’n above there is no more night,
There’ll be light on the other side.

2 Does trouble dark now blight thy life?
There’ll be light on the other side.
When free from toil, and care, and strife,
There’ll be light on the other side. [Refrain]

3 Do shades of sorrow cross thy way?
There’ll be light on the other side.
When grief and sighing flee away,
There’ll be light on the other side. [Refrain]

4 To Jesus come, ye sad and lone,
There’ll be light on the other side.
And heaven make thy future home,
There’ll be light on the other side. [Refrain]

Source: Consecrated Hymns #5

Author: Rev. H. H. Ryland

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Text Information

First Line: Does darkness now come over thy soul
Title: Light on the Other Side
Author: Rev. H. H. Ryland
Refrain First Line: There’ll be light, there’ll be light

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