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There's a joy for every sorrow, there is hope

There's a joy for every sorrow, there is hope

Author: Mabel J. Rosemon
Tune: [There’s a joy for ev’ry sorrow]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 There’s a joy for ev’ry sorrow,
There is hope for our despair;
There’s a beautiful tomorrow,
In its blessings all may share.

Joy for our sorrow, balm for our pain,
None who trust Jesus shall trust him in vain;
Glad is the morrow, bright is the way,
Sunshine will scatter the gloom of today.

2 When the storms of life beat o’er us,
Faith in Christ is ne’er in vain;
See, he goeth on before us,
And our pathway is made plain. [Refrain]

3 Tho’ the gloom of night surround us,
Soon will come the morning’s light;
Thro’ the love that sought and found us,
All our lives will be made bright. [Refrain]

Source: His Worthy Praise #4

Author: Mabel J. Rosemon

Mabel J. Rosemon, 1880-? Born: De­cem­ber 3, 1880, Man­hat­tan, New York. Rosemon seems to have been liv­ing in Mer­cer Coun­ty, New Jer­sey, in 1900. Her works in­clude: Christmas Sug­gest­ion Book No. 2 (ed­it­or), 1928 --www.nethymnal.com  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There's a joy for every sorrow, there is hope
Author: Mabel J. Rosemon
Refrain First Line: Joy for our sorrow



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