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Joy cometh in the morning

Representative Text

1 Weeping may last for a night in the vale,
But there is joy in the morning for thee;
Bright in the land where no sorrows assail,
Jesus thy light and thy glory shall be.

Refrain:
Weeping will cease in that beautiful home;
There neither sighing nor sorrow can come.

2 So when the night of this life shall be o’er,
Thou shalt awake on the morning of rest;
Then shalt thou stand on that beautiful shore,
And with the image of Jesus be blest. [Refrain]

3 Oh, haste thee on in the heavenly way,
Joyfully enter thy home in the sky!
Pilgrims now passed thro’ the portals of day,
Resting at home in the mansions on high. [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Jewels #116

Author: William Thomas Dale

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Text Information

First Line: Weeping may last for a night
Title: Joy cometh in the morning
Author: William Thomas Dale
Refrain First Line: Weeping shall last, weeping
Copyright: Public Domain

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Children's Hosannas #d139

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Gospel Jewels #116

The Shining Way #d124

Times of Refreshing #d193

Times of Refreshing #d204

Times of Refreshing #d247

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