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Gathering home

We'll all gather home in the morning

Author: I. Baltzell
Tune: [We'll all gather home in the morning]
Published in 32 hymnals

Representative Text

1 We'll all gather home in the morning,
At the sound of the great jubilee;
We'll all gather home in the morning,
What a gathering that will be!

Chorus:
What a gathering,
gathering,
gathering that will be!
What a gathering,
gathering,
What a gathering that will be!

2 We'll all gather home in the morning,
Our blessed Redeemer to see;
We'll meet with the true and the faithful,
What a gathering that will be! [Chorus]

3 We'll all gather home in the morning,
On the banks of the bright jasper sea,
We'll meet all the pure and redeemed ones;
What a gathering that will be! [Chorus]

4 O hasten, thou bright, coming morning,
We're waiting and longing for thee;
Thy glorious light, earth adorning--
What a morning that will be! [Chorus]


Source: The Golden Sheaf: a collection of choice hymns and songs especially designed for Sunday schools, loyal worker's meetings, prayer and social services (Enl. ed.) #12

Author: I. Baltzell

Baltzell, Isaiah. (near Frederick, Maryland, November 26, 1832--January 16, 1893, Frederick). He was educated in the common schools, and at New Windsor Academy, Carroll County, Maryland. In 1859 he married Cecilia Caroline James at Mountain Jackson, Virginia. Originally a Lutheran, he joined the United Brethren Church in 1847, was licensed to preach by the Virginia Conference in 1854, and ordained in 1856. In 1862 he joined the Pennsylvania Conference. He was presiding elder from 1875 to 1880, and from 1883 to 1889. He was a delegate to three General Conferences, and was a trustee of Otterbein University. In 1873 he was appointed by the General Conference a member of the committee to superintend the publication of Hymns for the Sanctuary. H… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We'll all gather home in the morning
Title: Gathering home
Author: I. Baltzell
Refrain First Line: What a gathering

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 32 of 32)
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Calvary Songs #133

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Quartette #101

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Songs and Solos used by the Christian Crusaders in their Special Soul-Saving Work #52

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Songs of the Kingdom #121

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The Golden Sheaf #12

Beautiful Songs of Heaven #d134

Choice Songs [No. 1] #d56

Choicest Gems #d77

Cumberland Hymns, a Collection of "Whosoever Will" Songs. Centenary ed. #d238

Gospel Melodies #d191

Heavenly Carols #d118

Highway Songs #d79

Sacred Memories for Occasions of Reverence #d118

Sing Out the Glad News #d79

Songs for the Ransomed; for Sunday Schools and Gospel Work #d172

Spiritual Songs No. 2 #d134

The Advent Christian Hymnal #d968

The Advent Christian Hymnal #d467

The Advent Christian Hymnal. Rev. #d413

The Best of All ; The Harp of Glory #d215

The Canadian Hymnal #d321

The Canadian Hymnal #d397

The Canadian Hymnal #d399

The Golden Sheaf #d98

The Gospel Shower; a Collection of Gospel Hymns #d173

The New Golden Sheaf #d208

Times of Refreshing #d194

Times of Refreshing #d205

Times of Refreshing #d248

Work and Worship #d143

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Golden Songs #157

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