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There's coming a day in God's tomorrow

There's coming a day in God's tomorrow

Author: W. Elmo Mercer
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: W. Elmo Mercer

William Elmo Mercer wrote more than 1,600 songs and worked extensively as a music arranger. Arguably his best known song is “Each Step I Take." Mercer worked for the John T. Benson company from 1951 to 1981 as a music editor. He also consulted for LifeWay, Lorenz, Brentwood, and other music companies. He and his wife Marcia traveled as singing evangelists for three decades and he served as the music minister for Scottsboro First Baptist Church in Nashville, Tennessee. Monty Lynn, from "William Elmo Mercer," Southern Gospel History, https://www.sghistory.com/ Go to person page >

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First Line: There's coming a day in God's tomorrow
Author: W. Elmo Mercer

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New Songs of Inspiration Book Five #d222

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