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The promised day is dawning

The promised day is dawning

Author: E. L. Park
Tune: [The promised day is dawning]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 The promised day is dawning,
With slow and steady light;
God’s holy word is spreading
O’er climes of darkest night;
Yet, from those distant regions,
We hear the plaintive cry
For Bible truths, so teach them
From sin and death to fly.

2 Our mission fields progressing,
With grateful hearts we view;
Great things have been accomplished,
But much remains to do;
We need more Christian workers,
The cross of Christ to bear;
And who, we ask, are willing
The toil with us to share?

3 Remember, O remember
The Saviour’s last command,
Go forth and preach the gospel,
Go forth to every land;
Believe and trust the promise,
And on its truth depend;
Lo, I am with you alway,
Yes, with you to the end.

Source: Joyful Lays: a new collection of songs, prepared and adapted for the Sunday School #168

Author: E. L. Park

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First Line: The promised day is dawning
Author: E. L. Park
Copyright: Public Domain

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Joyful Lays #168

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