Text Based On James Chapter 2 (KJV)
For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.
1952 BH - Page No. 761
The Church - The Word of God
The Weekly Seventh Day Sabbath
Words: Thomas Toke Lynch: 1818-1871
Music: Ira David Sankey: 1840-1908
DISMISS ME NOT THY SERVICE, LORD
Dismiss me not Thy service, Lord,
But train me for Thy will;
For even I, in fields so broad,
Some duties may fulfill;
And I will ask for no reward,
Except to serve Thee still.
How many serve, how many more-
May to the service come;
To tend the vines, the grapes to store,
Thou dost appoint for some;
Thou hast Thy young men at the war,
Thy little ones at home.
All works are good, and each is best-
As most it pleases Thee;
Each worker pleases, when the rest-
He serves in charity;
And neither man nor work unblest-
Wilt Thou permit to be.
Our Master all the work hath done-
He asks of us today;
Sharing His service, every one-
Share too His Sonship may:
Lord, I would serve and be a son;
Dismiss me not, I pray.
A blessèd Seventh Day Sabbath
to all believers.
In the Son’s Name - For the Father’s glory.
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