'Then Came The Morning' Ernie Haase Signature Sound

Listen to this wonderful performance by Ernie Haase & Signature Sound of the song 'Then Came The Morning.'

“They all walked away, with nothing to say, they'd just lost their dearest friend.
All that He said, now He was dead, so this was the way it would end.
The dreams they had dreamed were not what they'd seemed,
Now that He was dead and gone. The garden, the jail, the hammer, the nail,
How could a night be so long. Then came the morning, night turned into day;
The stone was rolled away, hope rose with the dawn. Then came the morning,
Shadows vanished before the sun, death had lost and life had won, for morning had come.”

What a fantastic performance. The group starts off singing the beginning of the song in the dark, and then they step into the light as they continue with the verses. And their harmonies are out of this world!

“I always cry listening to this wonderful song and the power of the lyrics. Ernie Haase & Signature Sound do an incredible performance every time! Love y’all so much,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the music video.

“I honestly didn't think anyone could sing this as well as the original but Ernie Hauss & Signature Sound have proven me wrong. Great job!” writes another person online.

'Then Came The Morning' was written by Chris Christian and Bill & Gloria Gaither. And the song was made popular by the Cathedrals, an American southern gospel quartet that began in 1963. The song was included on their album titled Something Special.

Some of the Bible references that 'Then Came The Morning' has includes Matthew 2:27–28:20; Mark 15:33—16:8; Luke 2; 23:44—24:12; and John 2:1-11; 19:29—20:18.

We hope that you enjoyed listening to this song performed by Ernie Haase & Signature Sound and it was able to encourage you in some way today!


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