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He is coming again

I know that some day from his heavenly throne

Author: Albert Simpson Reitz
Tune: [I know that some day from His heavenly throne]
Published in 7 hymnals

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1. I know that some day from His heavenly throne,
The blessèd Redeemer of men
Will come in His glory to gather His own;
He is coming, is coming again.

Refrain
Perhaps in the morning His face I shall see,
The Redeemer and Savior of men;
And oh, what a glorious day that will be!
He is coming, is coming again!

2. I know when He comes it will be as a King,
Forever and ever to reign;
So watching and waiting for Him will I sing,
He is coming, is coming again. [Refrain]

3. Some day amid angels of heavenly light
And glorified loved ones He’ll come;
Come quickly, Lord Jesus, in splendor and might:
He is coming, is coming again. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #1031

Author: Albert Simpson Reitz

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Text Information

First Line: I know that some day from his heavenly throne
Title: He is coming again
Author: Albert Simpson Reitz
Refrain First Line: Perhaps in the morning his face I shall see

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The Cyber Hymnal #1031



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