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It May Be At Morn Hymn Story and Lyrics

Who Wrote It May Be At Home Hymn?


The words of this song were written by HL Turner and the tune is from James Mc Granahan. It was first published in 1848.

James Mc Granahan was born on July 4, 1840, in West Fallowfield, Pennsylvania. He passed away on July 9, 1907, in Ohio.

The song is about the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. The day that will mark the end of diseases, death and all the problems that we face on earth.

What a wonderful day when we shall all be caught up to meet Christ in the air and get "caught up through the clouds into glory.."


James McGranahan


It May Be At Morn Hymn Lyrics


Lyrics: H.L. Turner (1848)
Music: James McGranahan (1848)

It may be at morn, when the day is awaking,
When sunlight through darkness and shadow is breaking,
That Jesus will come in the fullness of glory,
To receive from the world His own.

Refrain:

O Lord Jesus, how long, how long
Ere we shout the glad song,
Christ returneth!
Hallelujah! hallelujah!
Amen. Hallelujah! Amen.

It may be at midday, it may be at twilight,
It may be, perchance, that the blackness of midnight
Will burst into light in the blaze of His glory,
When Jesus receives His own. (Refrain)

While its hosts cry Hosanna, from heaven descending,
With glorified saints and the angels attending,
With grace on His brow, like a halo of glory,
Will Jesus receive His own. (Refrain)

O joy! O delight! should we go without dying,
No sickness, no sadness, no dread and no crying.
Caught up through the clouds with our Lord into glory,
When Jesus receives His own. (Refrain)

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Below is the video of this song.


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