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God's Call Is Best

Author: Jessie Mae Norris Hymnal: Children's Hymnal #225 (1957) Topics: God's Call First Line: The call of the road and the pastures so green Lyrics: 1 The call of the road and the pastures so green, The call of the birds as they warble unseen, The call of the wind as it sings through the trees— God's call is supreme; so much greater than these. 2 The call of the brook as it murmurs a song, The call of the river in rippling along, The call of the ocean waves' restless white crest— These calls are most precious, but God's call is best. 3 The rest of green pastures, the birds' songs, the breeze, The calm of the brook on its way to the seas, The strength of the ocean, and many things more Are all in the blessing God's call holds in store. 4 Let's answer the call as we all want to do, With hearts most courageous, with faith that is true; We'll find at day's end a clam feeling of rest, Assured by his Spirit that God's call is best. Languages: English Tune Title: [The call of the road and the pastures so green]

O God We Call

Author: Linnea Good Hymnal: Voices United #411 (1996) Meter: Irregular Topics: Service Music Gathering, Call to Worship, Greeting First Line: O God we call, O God we call Tune Title: O GOD WE CALL
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You Call Us, Lord, to Be

Author: Jane Manton Marshall (1924-) Hymnal: Common Praise (1998) #450 (1998) Meter: 6.6.6.6.8.8.8 Topics: Call and Vocation Lyrics: 1 You call us, Lord, to be a people set apart, to feel with thoughtful mind and think with tender heart. Thus chosen, now, O Lord, we ask for faith in your unfailing grace to make us equal to the task. 2 You call us, Lord, to care for self and neighbour too, to take the risk, and dare to show what love can do. Thus chosen, now, O Lord, we ask for faith in your unfailing grace to make us equal to the task. 3 You call us, Lord, to be good stewards of the earth; to tend to it as a place of blessedness and worth. Thus chosen, now, O Lord, we ask for faith in your unfailing grace to make us equal to the task. 4 You call us, Lord, to serve: to die that we may live, to know we best receive when joyfully we give. Thus chosen, now, O Lord, we ask for faith in your unfailing grace to make us equal to the task. Scripture: Leviticus 19:1-2 Tune Title: RHOSYMEDRE
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The call of God resounding

Author: Thomas Henry Scambler, 1879-1944 Hymnal: Together in Song #460 (1999) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Topics: Gospel Call Lyrics: 1 The call of God resounding thrills on the morning air: 'Arise and save my people from sin's oppressive power!' Fair breaks the day with gladness, its light brings hope to all; O God of heaven, we bless you that we have heard your call. 2 The light of God is resting upon the encircling hills, pledge of the new day coming, hope for our wearied wills; long though the night, and fearful, the day reveals your power; O God of heaven, we thank you, our strong and mghty tower. 3 Fierce though the conflict rages, not yet the victory won; God give us strength ane courage until our task is done. The foe moves out against us, his hosts in grim array; O God of heaven, we pray you: Revive our cause today! 4 Rise up, O church to action! Take up the cause of right; the foe is strong, but stronger are you in heaven's might: with joy we hear the challenge and answer to your call; O God of heaven, your kingdom shall triumph over all. Languages: English Tune Title: THE CALL OF GOD
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As a Volunteer

Author: W.S. Brown Hymnal: The New Church Hymnal #209 (1976) Topics: Christ His Call First Line: A call for loyal soldiers Comes to one and all Refrain First Line: A volunteer for Jesus, A soldier true! Lyrics: 1 A call for loyal soldiersComes to one and all;Soldiers for the conflict,Will you heed the call?Will you answer quickly?With a ready cheer?Will you be enlistedAs a volunteer?Refrain:A volunteer for Jesus,A soldier true!Others have enlisted,Why not you?Jesus is the Captain,We will never fear;Will you be enlistedAs a volunteer?2 Yes, Jesus calls for soldiers,Who are filled with pow'r,Soldiers who will serve HimEv'ry day and hour;He will not forsake you,He is ever near;Will you be enlistedAs a volunteer? [Refrain]3 He calls you, for He loves youWith a heart most kind.He whose heart was broken,Broken for mankind;Now, just now He calls you,Calls in accents clear,Will you be enlistedAs a volunteer? [Refrain]4 And when the war is over,And the vict'ry won,When the true and faithfulGather one by one,He will crown with gloryAll who there appear;Will you be enlistedAs a volunteer? [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [A call for loyal soldiers Comes to one and all]

You Call Us Out

Author: Anna Briggs Hymnal: Voices United #569 (1996) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Topics: Church in the World Discipleship: Call; Calling and Response First Line: You call us out to praise you Tune Title: THORNBURY
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I Go

Author: F. E. Belden Hymnal: Christ in Song #673 (1908) Topics: Living His Life Call to Activity First Line: Answer the call, ye brave men Refrain First Line: Who'll go? who'll go whate'er the cost? Lyrics: 1 Answer the call, ye brave men, The Master's call to save men; Each moment death is gaining, Their blood our garments staining: Chorus: Who'll go? who'll go, whate'er the cost? Who'll go? who'll go to save the lost? 2 Lighting the world with glory, Once more the gospel story In purity and pow'r Proclaims the judgment hour: [Chorus] 3 Nations afar are waking, Their idol shrines forsaking; God's truth puts on its splendor, Immanuel its defender: [Chorus] 4 Bearing the name of Jesus, Whose great salvation frees us, With joy the good news carry, Nor dare to longer tarry: [Chorus] 5 Where icy winds are crying, Where India's poor are dying, Where Southern seas are sleeping, Where Western isles are weeping. Chorus: I go, I go, whate'er the cost; I go, I go to save the lost. Tune Title: [Answer the call, ye brave men]
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Mercy for Sinners who obey the Call of Jesus

Hymnal: A Collection of Hymns and Prayers, for Public and Private Worship #147 (1845) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Holy Spirit Gospel Call First Line: The Savior calls; let ev'ry ear Lyrics: 1 The Savior calls; let every ear Attend the heav’nly sound. Ye doubting souls! dismiss your fear; Hope smiles reviving round. 2 For ev'ry thirsty longing heart Here streams of bounty flow; And life, and health, and bliss impart, To banish mortal wo. 3 Here springs of sacred pleasures rise, To ease your ev'ry pain; Immortal fountain! full supplies! Nor shall you thirst in vain. 4 Ye sinners! come, ’tis mercy’s voice; The gracious call obey; Mercy invites to heavenly joys:-- And can you yet delay? 5 Dear Savior! draw reluctant hearts; To thee let sinners fly And take the bliss thy love imparts And drink and never die. Languages: English
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Call to the Work

Author: H. L. F. Hymnal: Fair as the Morning. Hymns and Tunes for Praise in the Sunday-School #70 (1891) Topics: Gospel Call and Invitations First Line: When the Lord of the vineyard is calling Refrain First Line: Will you cheerfully labor in the vineyard? Lyrics: 1 When the Lord of the vineyard is calling For your help when there’s work to be done, Are you ready to go at His bidding, And to toil till the set of the sun? Refrain: Will you cheerfully labor in the vineyard? Will you work for the promised reward? If the hours be few or many, Will you earn the toiler’s penny By your labor in the vineyard of the Lord? 2 Are you willing to go without knowing What reward there will be for your pain, Leaving all in the hands of the Master Till He comes to His vineyard again? [Refrain] 3 There’s no place for the idle; the harvest In the heat of the day must be won, For the Lord of the vineyard will only To the faithful ones say, “Tis well done.” [Refrain] Tune Title: [When the Lord of the vineyard is calling]
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Speed it on

Author: Jessie H. Brown Hymnal: Songs for the King's Business #95 (1909) Topics: Call to Service First Line: Speed it, speed the gospel call Tune Title: [Speed it, speed the gospel call]

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