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A day of joy and gladness

When the long and toilsome journey here on earth

Author: Tice Elkins
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Tice Elkins

Mathias Elkins [Tice Elkins] Born: April 21, 1878, Lincoln County, West Virginia. Died: March 17, 1967, Alamogordo, New Mexico. Buried: Monte Vista Cemetery, Alamogordo, New Mexico. Tice Elkins was born in Lincoln County, WV, near Farrellsburg, on Apr. 21, 1878, to Andrew and Elizabeth Elkins. Baptized into Christ by Irving Johnson in September, 1903, he began preaching in 1905 after receiving special training under A. S. Johnson and attending the School of Evangelists at Kimberlin Heights, TN. His wife was the former Katherine Jackson, and they raised nine children. Articles of his appeared in Gospel Light, Christian Leader, Firm Foundation, and Christian Worker, and his books include Sounding of the Seven Trumpets, The Soul of Ma… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When the long and toilsome journey here on earth
Title: A day of joy and gladness
Author: Tice Elkins
Refrain First Line: O 'twill be a day of joy and gladsome

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From the Cross to the Crown #d203

From the Cross to the Crown No. 2 #d200

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