Till the Dawn of that Golden Day

I have everlasting joy that nothing ever can destroy

Author: Rev. Alfred Barratt
Tune: [I have everlasting joy that nothing ever can destroy]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Rev. Alfred Barratt

Barratt, Alfred. (New Springs, Wigan, Lancashire, England, October 25, 1879--December, 1968). Coming to the United States as a young man, he studied at Gordon College, Massachusetts, and Newton Theological Seminary, Mass. He was ordained in December, 1913, by the Baptists in Connecticut, then by the Wheeling WV Presbytery, Presbyterian Church in the USA, in 1924. He was pastor of Dallas, West Virginia, then of a series of churches in the Presbytery of Clarion, Pennsylvania. In 1937 he was awarded the Doctor of Literature degree by Bob Jones College. On November 26, 1962, he wrote the undersigned: "For 39 long years I have labored hard and steady writing sermons, children's story sermons, and hymns. Up to the present day I have written 4,… Go to person page >

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First Line: I have everlasting joy that nothing ever can destroy
Title: Till the Dawn of that Golden Day
Author: Rev. Alfred Barratt
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Until shall dawn that golden day
Publication Date: 1950
Copyright: © 1950 in "Bells of Salvation" owned by J. M. Henson

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