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Servants of Christ, arise

Author: Mrs. L. Sigourney, 1791-1865 Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #374 (1917) Topics: Christian At work; Christian Servant; Work, Christian; Work, Christian; Work, Christian; Toil, daily Christian ; Service The Christian Lyrics: 1 Servants of Christ, arise, And gird you for the toil! The dew of promise from the skies Already cheers the soil. 2 Go where the sick recline, Where mourning hearts deplore; And where the sons of sorrow pine, Dispense your hallowed store. 3 Be faith, which looks above, With prayer, your constant guest; And wrap the Saviour's changeless love A mantle round your breast. 4 So shall you share the wealth That earth may ne'er despoil, And the blest gospel's saving health Repay your arduous toil. Tune Title: THATCHER
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Work, Work for God

Author: Eliz. J. Coffin Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #47 (1885) Topics: Christian Work First Line: There is work for everyone Lyrics: 1 There is work for everyone, Work, work, work for God; Soon the seed time will be gone, Work, work for God. God, in whom we live and move, Bids thee all thy time improve, Show thy faith by works of love, Work, work for God. 2 Scatter broadcast precious seed, Work, work, work for God; To temptations give no heed, Work, work for God. Do not mind what others say, Ever keep the narrow way, Work, while it is called today, Work, work for God. 3 By thyself first pure in heart, Work, work, work for God; Then thy joy to all impart, Work, work for God. Tell the story of the cross, Counting earthly things but dross, Thou shalt never suffer loss, Work, work for God. 4 Laud the right, condemn the wrong, Work, work, work for God; All results to Him belong, Work, work for God. Find thy joy in God’s sweet will, Every promise He’ll fulfill, And His peace will keep thee still, Work, work for God. Languages: English Tune Title: [There is work for everyone]
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One more day's work for Jesus

Author: Anna B. Warner Hymnal: Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church #572 (1891) Meter: 7.6.5.4 Topics: Christians Joy of; Christians Work Scripture: John 9:4
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Work, for the Night is Coming

Author: Anna L. Coghill Hymnal: Life Songs #170 (1916) Topics: Junior Songs Christian Work; Work Languages: English Tune Title: [Work, for the night is coming]
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Work for the Master

Author: Mrs. E. C. Ellsworth Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #261 (1885) Topics: Christian Work First Line: Ever let thy hand be busy Refrain First Line: Work then for the blessed Master Lyrics: 1 Ever let thy hand be busy, Lay the threads out one by one; Ever ply time’s ceaseless shuttle, Till life’s work is nobly done. Chorus: Work then for the blessed Master! He is with thee day by day; Be Thou faithful to thy calling; Work away! yes, work away! 2 Never heed the idlers round thee, Watchful be with patient eye; Mark thou well the noble pattern, And thy life-work beautify. [Chorus] 3 Hand and eye must work together, Standing ‘neath a light divine; Thou shalt bring a lasting service, And the “Well done” shall be thine. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [Ever let thy hand be busy]
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To doubt, disloyal

Author: Frederick W. Faber Hymnal: Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church #596 (1891) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Christians Encouragements of; Christians Warfare of; Christians Work First Line: O it is hard to work for God Scripture: Romans 8:31
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Work, for the Night Is Coming

Author: Sidney Dyer Hymnal: Gospel Praise Book. #89 (1885) Topics: Christian Work Languages: English Tune Title: [Work, for the night is coming]
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O Toilers in the Vineyard

Author: E. R. Latta Hymnal: Gloria Deo #630 (1901) Topics: Christian Work Refrain First Line: Work on, work on, O brothers Lyrics: 1 O toilers in the vineyard, The vineyard of the Lord, Work on both late and early, Obedient to His word; Shrink not from heat or burden, Do not your efforts stay, And ye shall be rewarded At closing of the day. Refrain: Work on, work on, O brothers, Your labors blest shall be; Work on, work on for Jesus Till death shall set you free. 2 O toilers in the vineyard, The precious seed you sow, To an eternal harvest In heav’n at last shall grow; Then do not stop to question If this or that may be, But work in faith and patience, Till Jesus sets you free. [Refrain] 3 O toilers in the vineyard, If sorely now opprest In heav’n’s eternal morning, More sweet will be the rest! In heav’n no heavy burdens! In heav’n no scorching heat! No spirit sorely troubled! No weary hands or feet! [Refrain] Tune Title: LOYAL
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Work, while it is day

Author: Sidney Dyer Hymnal: Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church #565 (1891) Meter: 7.6.5 Topics: Christians Work First Line: Work, for the night is coming Scripture: John 9:4
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Oh, day by day each Christian child

Hymnal: Christian Hymns #299 (1898) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Christian Work Lyrics: 1 Oh, day by day each Christian child Has much to do, without, within; A death to die for Jesus' sake, A weary way to wage with sin. 2 When deep within our welling hearts, The thoughts of pride and anger rise, When bitter words are on our tongues, And tears of passion in our eyes; 3 Then we may stay the angry blow, Then we may check the hasty word, Give gentle answers back again, And fight a battle for our Lord. 4 With smiles of peace and looks of love, Light in our dwellings we may make, Bid kind good-humor brighten there And do all still for Jesus' sake. 5 There's not a child so weak and small But has his little cross to take, His little work of love and praise, That he may do for Jesus' sake. Languages: English Tune Title: THY LITTLE ONES, DEAR LORD, ARE WE

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