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There's joy in the sunshine and love

There's joy in the sunshine and love

Author: Lida M. Keck
Tune: [There's joy in the sunshine and love in the air]
Published in 2 hymnals

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Representative Text

1. There’s joy in the sunshine and love in the air,
When Jesus we meet by the way;
His smile makes each blossom more lovely and fair,
And so we are singing today.

Refrain
Singing today, singing today,
Singing glad songs as we go on our way;
We’re singing today, singing today,
Singing the praises of Jesus today.

2. The beautiful flowers of grace daily grow,
In hearts that are free from all sin;
And Jesus will help us the good seed to sow,
Because are are trusting in Him. [Refrain]

3. Our souls are illumed by the sunlight of God,
Our gifts at His altar we lay;
Our lives are made bright by believing His Word,
And so we are singing today. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #6111

Author: Lida M. Keck

Lida Myra Keck [Lida M. Wiggins] 20th Century Keck’s works include: Silvern Secret, or, The Autobiography of a Silver Dollar (Hamilton, Ohio: The Republican Publishing Company, 1894) The Mysteries of Life, or, The Revelations of Faces, Figures and Fortunes (Naperville, Illinois: J. L. Nichols and Company, 1931) www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There's joy in the sunshine and love
Author: Lida M. Keck
Refrain First Line: Singing today, singing today

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The Cyber Hymnal #6111
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The Cyber Hymnal #6111

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