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Beautiful Morning

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #390 First Line: Beautiful morning! Day of hope Refrain First Line: Morning of resurrection joy Lyrics: 1. Beautiful morning! Day of hope, Dawn of a better life; Now in thy peaceful hours we rest, Far from earth’s noise and strife. Refrain Morning of resurrection joy, Day when the Savior rose, Singing shall greet thy opening hour, Singing shall mark thy close. 2. Beautiful morning! All the week Waiteth thy welcome light, Since thy first dawning, calm and clear, Out of the darkest night. [Refrain] 3. Beautiful morning! Grief and pain, Weeping before the tomb, Fly at thy dawning, Jesus rose, Jesus dispelled the gloom. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Beautiful morning! Day of hope]

Morning of resurrection joy

Author: J. J. Excell Hymnal: The Lily #d7 (1885) First Line: Beautiful morning, day of hope

Morning of resurrection joy

Author: J. J. Excell Hymnal: The Brethren's Sunday School Song Book #d7 (1894) First Line: Beautiful morning, day of hope

Morning of resurrection joy

Author: J. J. Excell Hymnal: Gospel Hymns No. 4 #d8 (1881) First Line: Beautiful morning, day of hope Languages: English

Morning of resurrection joy

Author: J. J. Excell Hymnal: Praise, a New Song Book #d8 (1914) First Line: Beautiful morning, day of hope Languages: English

Morning of resurrection joy

Author: J. J. Excell Hymnal: Gathered Jewels, No.2 #d12 (1889) First Line: Beautiful morning, day of hope Languages: English
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Morning of resurrection joy

Hymnal: Shook's Song Evangelist #79 (1883) First Line: Beautiful morning! Day of hope

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