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Thank God for the Promise of Spring

Though the skies be gray above me

Author: William Gaither; Author: Gloria Gaither
Tune: SPRINGTIME
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: William Gaither

(no biographical information available about William Gaither.) Go to person page >

Author: Gloria Gaither

Gloria Gaither (born March 4, 1942) is a Christian songwriter, author, speaker, editor, and academic. She is the wife of Bill Gaither and also sang in the Bill Gaither Trio, one of the most influential groups in recent Christian music. She was born Gloria Lee Sickal in 1942 in Michigan, a daughter of pastor Lee Sickal and Dorothy Sickal. She spent most of her childhood and high school career in the Battle Creek area of Michigan, working a brief time for the Kellogg Company. When Sickal graduated from high school, she attended Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana. There, she triple majored in English, French, and Sociology. Upon her graduation, she took a job at Alexandria Monroe High School as a French teacher. There, she met Bill Ga… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Though the skies be gray above me
Title: Thank God for the Promise of Spring
Author: William Gaither
Author: Gloria Gaither
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Thank God for the promise of springtime
Copyright: © 1973 by William J. Gaither.

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