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We Shall Gather in the Morning

We shall gather in the morning when our race on earth is run

Author: Avis B. Christiansen
Tune: [We shall gather in the morning when our race on earth is run]
Published in 2 hymnals

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Author: Avis B. Christiansen

Avis Marguerite Burgeson was born in 1895 and lived in Chicago all her life. She attended the Moody Church, pastored for many years by Dr. Harry Ironside. In 1917, Avis Burgeson married Ernest Christiansen who later became a vice president of Moody Bible Institute. She was a modest and retiring woman, and sometimes used pen names: Avis Burgesson, Christian B. Anson and Constance B. Reid. She began writing poems in childhood, and before her death in 1985 had written thousands of them. She died in 1985. NN, Hymnary  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We shall gather in the morning when our race on earth is run
Title: We Shall Gather in the Morning
Author: Avis B. Christiansen
Language: English
Refrain First Line: We shall gather in the morning
Publication Date: 1930
Copyright: © 1930 by Wendell P. Loveless

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Audio

Radio Songs and Choruses of the Gospel No. 1 #40

Radio Songs and Choruses #58

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