|Text:||O Master, Let Me Walk with Thee|
|Composer:||Henry Percy Smith|
1 O Master, let me walk with thee
in lowly paths of service free;
tell me thy secret; help me bear
the strain of toil, the fret of care.
2 Help me the slow of heart to move
by some clear, winning word of love;
teach me the wayward feet to stay,
and guide them in the homeward way.
3 Teach me thy patience, still with thee
in closer, dearer company,
in work that keeps faith sweet and strong,
in trust that triumphs over wrong.
4 In hope that sends a shining ray
far down the future's broadening way;
in peace that only thou canst give,
with thee, O Master, let me live.
|First Line:||O Master, let me walk with thee|
|Title:||O Master, Let Me Walk with Thee|
|Author:||Washington Gladden (1879)|
|Topic:||Christian Life; Discipleship and Mission; Hope(2 more...)|
In honestly admitting the limits of human ability, this prayerful hymn does not seek a sense of God’s presence for self-comfort but for strength and companionship in pursuing the tasks that God sets before us. The author speciﬁcally chose this tune to accompany his words.
|Audio recording:||Audio (MP3)|
|O MASTER, LET ME WALK WITH YOU (Lutheran Book of Worship 1978 - 492)|
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|The Fruit of the Spirit||COLLECTED PIANO/ORGAN WORKS||African-American Organ Music Anthology, Volume 3|