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When the trumpet shall sound And the dead shall arise (Evilsizer)

When the trumpet shall sound And the dead shall arise (Evilsizer)

Author: R. A. Evilsizer
Tune: [When the trumpet shall sound]
Published in 39 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

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1. When the trumpet shall sound,
And the dead shall arise,
And the splendors immortal
Shall envelop the skies;
When the Angel of Death
Shall no longer destroy,
And the dead shall awaken
In the morning of joy:

Refrain
In the morning of joy,
In the morning of joy,
We’ll be gathered to glory,
In the morning of joy;
In the morning of joy,
In the morning of joy,
We’ll be gathered to glory,
In the morning of joy.

2. When the King shall appear
In His beauty on high,
And shall summon His children
To the courts of the sky;
Shall the cause of the Lord
Have been all your employ,
That your soul may be spotless
In the morning of joy? [Refrain]

3. O the bliss of that morn,
When our loved ones we meet!
With the songs of the ransomed
We each other shall greet,
Singing praise to the Lamb,
Thro’ eternity’s years,
With the past all forgotten
With its sorrows and tears [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2941

Author: R. A. Evilsizer

Wife of Louis M. Evilsizer (L. M. Evilsizer), her full name was Ruth Adalyn Hearn Evilsizer. She was born on 05 Oct 1862 in Randolph Co, Deerfield, IN and died on 19 May 1899 in Whitfield Co, Dalton, GA aged 36. Married Louis M. Evilsizer in 1884, they divorced in 1897. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: When the trumpet shall sound And the dead shall arise (Evilsizer)
Author: R. A. Evilsizer
Refrain First Line: In the morning of joy

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The Cyber Hymnal #2941
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