In the dim and early morning

In the dim and early morning

Author: Eden Reeder Latta
Tune: [In the dim and early morning]
Published in 3 hymnals

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Representative Text

1. In the dim and early morning,
As the day begins to dawn,
To the sepulcher approaching,
Loving hearts are drawing on.

Refrain
He is risen as He said;
He is risen from the dead;
He is risen as He said,
Risen, risen from the dead.

2. They are seeking for the Savior
In the dampness and the gloom;
But He slumbers there no longer;
They approach an empty tomb. [Refrain]

3. Oh, how sadly do they question,
As in sorrow on they stray!
But behold the shining angel,
He has rolled the rock away! [Refrain]

4. Weep no more, ye sad disciples,
Your Redeemer ye shall see;
He is risen as He promised;
Seek for Him in Galilee. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2424

Author: Eden Reeder Latta

Rv Eden Reeder Latta USA 1839-1915. Born at Haw Patch, IN, the son of a Methodist minister, (also a boyhood friend of hymn writer Willam A Ogden) he became a school teacher. During the American Civil War he preached for the Manchester Methodist Church and other congregations (possibly as a circuit rider filling empty pulpits). In 1863 he married Mary Elizabeth Wright, and they had five children: Arthur, Robert, Jennie, two others. He taught for the public schools of Manchester, and later Colesburg, IA. He moved to Guttenberg, IA, in the 1890s, and continued writing song lyrics for several major gospel composers, including William Ogden, James McGranahan, James Fillmore, and Edmund Lorenz. He wrote 1600+ songs and hymns, many being wi… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In the dim and early morning
Author: Eden Reeder Latta
Refrain First Line: He is risen as he said
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #2424
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The Cyber Hymnal #2424

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