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The joyous morning

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1 Early dawn! early dawn!
Ushering in a brighter morn;
While the angels stand and wonder,
Jesus breaks the bonds asunder;
Weeping hearts no longer mourn.

2 Morning bright! morning bright!
With its flood of golden light;
Jesus lives, O wondrous story,
Lives the King of life and glory,
He has risen in His might.

3 Morning light! morning light!
Scatter far the shades of night;
Mary’s heart, so full of sadness,
Now is filled with joy and gladness,
Jesus thrilled her with delight.

4 Morning joy! morning joy!
It shall be my blest employ;
Telling of the sweet surprising
Of the loved ones at His rising,
Filling all their hearts with joy.


Source: Gospel Praise Book.: a collection of choice gems of sacred song suitable for church service, gospel praise meetings, and family devotions. (Complete ed.) #209

Author: E. T. Rinehart

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First Line: Early dawn, early dawn
Title: The joyous morning
Author: E. T. Rinehart

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Gospel Praise Book, enlarged ed. #d31

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Gospel Praise Book. #209

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