Dear colleagues, I've been having this problem about use of demonstrative adjectives with year, day or time of the day. This stems from the fact that we can conveniently say "in the morning". But when using a demonstrative adjective like this, should I still use the preposition, in?

Examples:

1. In this beautiful morning, I have come to praise God or on this beautiful morning, I have come to praise God?

2. In this new year, I pray for success or on this new year, I pray for success?

3. In this warm evening, I have a story to tell or on this warm evening, I have a story to tell?

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