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A Prayer for Discipleship in Home and Family

Help us, Lord, to serve each other

Author: Richard Gillard, b. 1953
Tune: THE SERVANT SONG
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Richard Gillard, b. 1953

Gillard, Richard. (Malmesbury, Wiltshire County, England, May 22, 1953- ). The eldest of six children, he emigrated to New Zealand with his family when he was three years old. Writes, "I've had almost no formal musical training. I'm a self-taught guitarist and play mostly in a folk style." Regarding "The Servant Song," he says it "was first published in 1978 on a record album by Scripture in Song called "Father Make Us One" and has appeared subsequently in other Scripture in Song publications including a song book entitled "Songs of Praise" which is widely used by New Zealand congregations. It has also been recorded by the St. Pauls Singers of St Pauls Anglican Church. This album, called New Harvest introduces songs and hymns from their own… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Help us, Lord, to serve each other
Title: A Prayer for Discipleship in Home and Family
Author: Richard Gillard, b. 1953
Refrain First Line: r
Publication Date: 2013
Notes: Responsive refrain to spoken prayer. Sung Refrain: for full accompaniment, see bracketed portions of 309; Alternate spoken refrain: May your Spirit encourage and minister to them, and equip them for service. This outline for prayer can be further expanded by naming people or expressing more detailed prayers for those in each category, and/or adding additional categories as circumstances require. The prayers may be concluded by singing "The Servant Song" 309.
Copyright: © 1929 Scripture in Song, a div. of Integrity Music/Maranatha Music, admin. Music Services

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Lift Up Your Hearts #308

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