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Christ, You Call Us All to Service

Author: Joy F. Patterson Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #649 (2010) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: The Church on Mission Service; Calling-to Service; Service Lyrics: 1 Christ, You call us all to service, call us all who follow You; plant in us a deep commitment all Your work and will to do. Fire a passion for Your justice, in us kindle love of peace; help us heal the broken-hearted, to the captive bring release. 2 Teach us how to work together, brothers, sisters, side by side, equal partners in the struggle, in the cause of truth allied. To each one some gift is given, man or woman, young or old; help us use each skill and talent Your great purpose to unfold. 3 Let us be a servant people, reconciling, ending strife, seeking ways more just of sharing and of ordering human life. Fill us with a glowing vision of this world as it should be; send us forth to change that vision into blest reality. Tune Title: IN BABILONE
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Hark, the voice of Jesus calling

Author: Dr. D. March, 1816- Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #400 (1917) Topics: Call To Service; The Church and the Kingdom of God Social Service; Decision Call to ; Service Of Christ; Master's Call Lyrics: 1 Hark, the voice of Jesus calling, "Who will go and work to-day? Fields are white, and harvests waiting, Who will bear the sheaves away?" Loud and long the Master calleth, Rich reward He offers free; Who will answer, gladly saying, "Here am I, O Lord, send me"? 2 If you cannot cross the ocean, And the heathen lands explore, You can find the heathen nearer, You can help them at your door; If you cannot give your thousands, You can give the widow's mite, And the least you give for Jesus Will be precious in His sight. 3 If you cannot be the watchman Standing high on Zion's wall, Pointing out the path to heaven, Offering life and peace to all, With your prayers and with your bounties You can do what Heaven demands; You can be like faithful Aaron Holding up the prophet's hands. 4 Let none hear you idly saying, "There is nothing I can do," While the souls of men are dying, And the Master calls for you; Take the task He gives you gladly; Let His work your pleasure be; Answer quickly when He calleth, "Here am I, O Lord, send me." Tune Title: LUX EOI
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Listen! the Master beseecheth

Author: Dr. W. M. Punshon, 1824-1881 Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #405 (1917) Topics: Call To Service; The Church and the Kingdom of God Social Service; Service Of Christ; Service Social; Master's Call Lyrics: 1 Listen! the Master beseecheth, Calling each one by his name; His voice to each loving heart reacheth, Its cheerfullest service to claim. Go where the vineyard demandeth Vinedressers' nurture and care; Or go where the white harvest standeth, The joy of the reaper to share. 2 Seek those of evil behaviour, Bid them their lives to amend; Go, point the lost world to the Saviour, And be to the friendless a friend. Still be the lone heart of anguish, Soothed by the pity of thine; By waysides, if wounded ones languish Go, pour in the oil and the wine. 3 Work for the good that is nighest, Dream not of greatness afar; That glory is ever the highest Which shines upon men as they are. Work, though the world may defeat you, Heed not its slander and scorn; Nor weary till angels shall greet you With smiles through the gates of the morn. 4 Offer thy life on the altar, In the high purpose be strong; And if the tired spirit should falter, Then sweeten thy labour with song. What if the poor heart complaineth Soon shall its wailing be o'er; For there, in the rest that remaineth, It shall grieve and be weary no more. Tune Title: SANDERS

Lord, Whose Love Through Humble Service

Author: Albert F. Bayly Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #650 (2010) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: The Church on Mission Service; Calling-to Service; Service Tune Title: JOYFUL SINGING

We Are Called to Be God's People

Author: Thomas A. Jackson Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #477 (2010) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: The Church at Worship Calling; Calling-to Service Tune Title: AUSTRIAN HYMN

The Love of Jesus Calls Us

Author: Herbert O'Driscoll Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #484 (2010) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Topics: The Church at Worship Calling; Calling-to Service Tune Title: ANGEL'S STORY
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The Master Has Come

Author: Sarah Doudney Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #485 (2010) Meter: 12.11.12.11 D Topics: The Church at Worship Calling; Calling-to Service First Line: The Master has come, and He calls us to follow Lyrics: 1 The Master has come, and He calls us to follow the track of the footprints He leaves on our way; far over the mountain and through the deep hollow, the path leads us on to the mansions of day; the Master has called us, the children who fear Him, who march 'neath Christ's banner, His own little band; we love Him and seek Him, we long to be near Him, and rest in the light of His beautiful land. 2 The Master has called us; the road may be dreary, and dangers and sorrows are strewn on the track; but God's Holy Spirit shall comfort the weary; we follow the Savior and cannot turn back. The Master has called us; though doubt and temptation may compass our journey, we cheerfully sing: "press onward, look upward," thru much tribulation; the children of Zion must follow their King. 3 The Master has called us, in life's early morning, with spirits as fresh as the dew on the sod; we turn from the world, with its smiles and its scorning to cast in our lot with the people of God: the Master has called us, His sons and His daughters, We plead for His blessing and trust in His love: and thru the green pastures, beside the still waters, He'll lead us at last to His kingdom above. Tune Title: ASH GROVE
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Speed it on

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

Author: Jeffery Rowthorn Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #653 (2010) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: The Church on Mission Service; Calling-to Service; Service First Line: Lord, You give the great commisson Lyrics: 1 Lord, You give the great commission: "Heal the sick and preach the word." Lest the church neglect its mission, and the gospel go unheard, help us witness to Your purpose with renewed integrity; Refrain: with the Spirit's gifts empower us for the work of ministry. 2 Lord, You call us to Your service: "In my name baptize and teach." That the world may trust Your promise, life abundant meant for each, give us all new fervor, draw us closer in community; [Refrain] 3 Lord, You make the common holy: "This My body, this My blood." Let us all, for earth's true glory, daily lift life heavenward, asking that the world around us share Your children's liberty; [Refrain] 4 Lord, You show us love's true measure: "Father, what they do, forgive." Yet we hoard as private treasure all that You so freely give. May Your care and mercy lead us to a just society; [Refrain] 5 Lord, You bless with words assuring: "I am with you to the end." Faith and hope and love restoring, may we serve as You intend, and, amid the cares that claim us, hold in mind eternity; [Refrain] Scripture: Matthew 28:19-20 Tune Title: BEECHER
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Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling

Author: Daniel March Hymnal: Celebrating Grace Hymnal #483 (2010) Meter: 8.7.8.7 D Topics: The Church at Worship Calling; Calling-to Service Lyrics: 1 Hark! the voice of Jesus crying, "Who will go and work today? Fields are white and harvests waiting, who will bear the sheaves away?" Loud and long the Master calls us, rich reward He offers free; who will answer, gladly saying, "Here am I, send me, send me?" 2 If you cannot cross the ocean, and the distant lands explore, you can find the lost around you, you can help them at your door; if you cannot give your thousands, you can give the widow's mite; what you truly give for Jesus will be precious in His sight. 3 Let none hear you idly saying, "There is nothing I can do," while the souls of men are dying, and the Master calls for you: take the task He gives you gladly; let His work your pleasure be; answer quickly when He calls you, "Here am I, send me, send me." Scripture: Isaiah 6:8 Tune Title: ELLESDIE

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