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When He Cometh

I know my Lord will come, On some bright day

Author: Flora H. Cassel
Tune: [I know my Lord will come] (Cassel)
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 I know my Lord will come
On some bright day to bear me home;
And I shall meet Him in the sky
In that glad morn sweet by and by,
Now hark! the trumpet soundeth
Over land and sea;
Wake ye sleepers for eternity.

Chorus:
Oh, Savior come for me,
and bear me o’er life’s troubled sea
Oh, Savior come, yes, come for me,
And bear me home to dwell with Thee.

2 In glory will He come
Attendant angels round Him throng;
The heav’nly hosts triumphant sing
In rapt’rous praise to Christ our King,
But hark! the trumpet soundeth
Over land and sea;
Jesus reigns for all eternity. [Chorus]

3 Oh, I must watch and pray
For that blest hour no soul may know;
And I would ever ready be
For Jesus when He calleth me,
And then the trumpet soundeth
Over land and sea;
Child come home for all eternity. [Chorus]


Source: Sunday School and Revival: with Y.M.C.A. supplement #208

Author: Flora H. Cassel

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Text Information

First Line: I know my Lord will come, On some bright day
Title: When He Cometh
Author: Flora H. Cassel
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O Savior come for me
Publication Date: 1907
Copyright: Public Domain

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Sunday School and Revival #208

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