|Text:||O Master of the Loving Heart|
|Author:||Calvin W. Laufer, 1874-1938|
|Composer:||Carl G. Gläser, 1784-1829|
1 O Master of the loving heart,
The friend of all in need,
We pray that we may be like you
In thought and word and deed.
2 Your days were full of kindly acts;
Your speech was true and plain;
Of those who ever sought you, Lord,
None came to you in vain.
3 Your face was warm with sympathy;
Your hand God's strength revealed;
Who saw your face or felt your touch
Were comforted and healed.
4 Oh, grant us hearts like yours, dear Lord,
So joyous, free and true,
That all your children, ev'rywhere,
Be drawn by us to you.
|First Line:||O Master of the loving heart|
|Title:||O Master of the Loving Heart|
|Author:||Calvin W. Laufer, 1874-1938 (alt.)|
|Composer:||Carl G. Gläser, 1784-1829 (alt.)|
|Copyright:||Setting: © 1993 Elfred Bloedel. Used by permission.|
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