1 Help us, O Lord, Thy yoke to wear,
Delighting in Thy perfect will;
Each other’s burden learn to bear,
And thus Thy law of love fulfill.
2 He that hath pity on the poor
Lendeth his substance to the Lord,
And lo! his recompense is sure,
For more than all shall be restored.
3 Teach us, with glad, ungrudging heart,
As Thou hast blest our various store,
From our abundance to impart
A liberal portion to the poor.
4 To Thee our all devoted be,
In whom we breathe, and move, and live;
Freely we have received from Thee;
Freely may we rejoice to give.
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|The Cyber Hymnal #2308||Help Us, O Lord, Thy Yoke to Wear||Help us, O Lord, Thy yoke to wear||HESPERUS||Thomas Cotterill||LM||<cite>Sheffield Hymn Book</cite>, 1819|