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There'll Be No Dark Valley Hymn

There'll Be No Dark Valley Story


The words of this hymn were written by William Orcutt Cushing in 1896. The music was added by Ira David Sankey.

It is based on Revelation 21:23 which states: "The city does not need the sun or the moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light, and the Lamb is its lamp."

William Cushing was born at Hingham, Massachusetts, on Dec. 31, 1823.

He authored several songs including, Beautiful valley of Eden; I have heard of a land far away; and When He cometh, when He cometh.
William Cushing



There'll Be No Dark Valley When Jesus Comes Lyrics


There'll be no dark valley when Jesus comes,
There'll be no dark valley when Jesus comes;
There'll be no dark valley when Jesus comes
To gather His loved ones homes.

Refrain

To gather His loved ones home (safe home),
To gather His loved ones home (safe home);
There'll be no dark valley when Jesus comes
To gather His loved ones home.

There'll be no more sorrow when Jesus comes,
There'll be no more sorrow when Jesus comes;
But a glorious morrow when Jesus comes
To gather His loved ones home.

Refrain

There'll be no more weeping when Jesus comes,
There'll be no more weeping when Jesus comes;
But a bless├Ęd reaping when Jesus comes
To gather His loved ones home.

Refrain

There'll be songs of greeting when Jesus comes,
There'll be songs of greeting when Jesus comes;
And a joyful meeting when Jesus comes
To gather His loved ones home.

Refrain

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