1 In the resurrection morning we shall see our blessed King,
And the hosts of holy angels He will bring;
Then we’ll meet with friends and loved ones, robed in garments white as snow,
And all mysteries eternal we shall know.
By and by, by and by,
In the resurrection morning by and by,
By and by, by and by,
We’ll go shouting home to glory by and by.
2 Won’t that be a glad reunion when we all shall meet at last,
And our trials, griefs and sorrows are all past;
In that home of shining glory, when we meet to part no more,
We shall dwell in bliss forever on that shore. [Refrain]
3 In the resurrection morning all the wrongs will be made right,
Deeds of envy, love and mercy bro’t to light;
What will be the final answer when the Master calleth thee,
On the right or on the left, which shall it be. [Refrain]
4 In the resurrection morning, when the dead in Christ shall rise,
We shall meet the King of glory in the skies;
And shall reign with Him forever on His throne of shining gold,
Oh, what rapture, bliss and glory there untold. [Refrain]
Robert Emmett Winsett (January 15, 1876 — June 26, 1952 (aged 76) was an American composer and publisher of Gospel music.
Winsett was born in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, and graduated from the Bowman Normal School of Music in 1899.
He founded his own publishing company in 1903, and his first publication, Winsett's Favorite Songs, quickly became popular among the Baptist and Pentecostal churches of the American South. Pentecostal Power followed in 1907; that year Winsett completed postgraduate work at a conservatory.
He married Birdie Harris in 1908, and had three sons and two daughters with her. He settled in Fort Smith, Arkansas, continuing to compose gospel songs, of which he would write over 1,000 in total. He became a minister… Go to person page >
Display Title: In the Resurrection MorningFirst Line: In the resurrection morning we shall see our blessed KingTune Title: [In the resurrection morning we shall see our blessed King]Author: R. E. W.Date: 1929
Display Title: We shall rise, we shall riseFirst Line: In the resurrection morning we shall see the Saviour comingTune Title: RESURRECTION MORNINGAuthor: Anon.Date: 1886Subject: Miscellaneous | Old Melodies