Working for the Master

I want to be a worker for the Lord (Hafley)

Author: W. C. Hafley
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: W. C. Hafley

W. C. Hafley, author, composer and teacher; born in McMinn County, Tenn., Sept. 28th, 1839; educated in the common schools of his native county, but being a great lover of books, earnestly sought to improve himself by the reading of books, spending his evenings studying "Kirkam's Grammar" and the Bible, while listening to his father playing "Arkansaw Traveler," "Fisher's Hornpipe," etc., on a well-worn violin; served in the Confederate Army, but so well had he spent his time with his books in his tent that on his return he was called to take charge of a school, which profession he followed for fifteen years, and in 1883 was elected superintendent of schools in his native county; attended a session of the S.N.M.I., held at Dalton, Ga., the y… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: I want to be a worker for the Lord (Hafley)
Title: Working for the Master
Author: W. C. Hafley
Refrain First Line: I'll be working



Instances (1 - 2 of 2)

Gospel Chimes #d39

Kingdom of Song for the Sunday School #d57

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