This poem was written in memory of my friend's father.
I dedicate it to all who have said,
"I'll See You In The Morning."
For we know, those who are in Christ Jesus,
shall rise again.
 Death, where is thy sting?

           
I'll See You In The Morning

The sun is slowly setting,
Casting her golden rays.
Night's moon-light sweet cantata,
Gently whispers a serenade.

I'll see you in the morning,
As daylight's songbirds sing.
I'll see you in the morning,
As heaven's joy-bells ring.

I'll cast off pain and sorrow.
All cares, I'll leave behind.
I'll see you in the morning;
Rejoice in God's love divine.

There'll be no more good-byes,
As I arise in victory,
For death, where is thy sting?
Christ finished all at Calvary. 

I'll see you in the morning.
Jesus is my King of Kings.
He conquered every battle.
Eternal life to me, He brings.

 
2004 Marie Williams





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