The Day of All Days

Time with its tempests is passing away (Black)

Author: James M. Black
Tune: [Time with its tempests is passing away]
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1. Time with its tempests is passing away,
Some day, and soon it may be,
Jesus will come, oh, that glorious day!
Coming in glory for me.

Refrain
The day of all days is coming at last,
The day of all days when sorrows are past,
The day of all days when I thro’ His grace
Shall see with delight His wonderful face.

2. Oh, what a wonderful joy to be there,
Praising the Lamb that was slain;
Rising to meet Him, caught up in the air!
Oh, He is coming again. [Refrain]

3. That is the wonderful day of all days,
That day when time shall be o’er;
Tongues of all nations will sing of His praise
On fair eternity’s shore. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #1164

Author: James M. Black

James Milton Black USA 1856-1938 Born in South Hill, NY, Black was an American hymn composer, choir leader and Sunday school teacher. He worked, lived,and died in Williamsport, PA. An active member, he worked at the Pine Tree Methodist Episcopal Church there. He married Lucy Love Levan. He started his music career with John Howard of New York and Daniel B. Towner of the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. He edited a dozen gospel song books and wrote nearly 1500 songs. He also served on the commission for the 1905 Methodist Hymnal. John Perry  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Time with its tempests is passing away (Black)
Title: The Day of All Days
Author: James M. Black
Language: English
Refrain First Line: The day of all days is coming at last
Publication Date: 1921
Copyright: Public Domain

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