Enter His Service

Jesus calls for willing helpers, for there is a work to do

Author: William Edie Marks
Tune: [Jesus calls for willing helpers, for there is a work to do]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Jesus calls for willing helpers, for there is a work to do;
Enter his service!
Enter his service!
In the vineyard of the Master there’s a special place for you;
Enter his service today!

Refrain:
Enter his service!
Enter his service!
And his loving call obey!
New recruits are daily coming, marching on in strong array;
Enter his service today!

2 Messengers of peace are wanted to convey his word to all;
Enter his service!
Enter his service!
Be ambassadors for Jesus, and obey his loving call;
Enter his service today! [Refrain]

3 New recruits are greatly needed in the army of the right;
Enter his service!
Enter his service!
There’s a crown of great rejoicing for the victor in the fight;
Enter his service today! [Refrain]


Source: Sunday School Voices: a collection of sacred songs #95

Author: William Edie Marks

Born: July 1872, Delaware (probably Wilmington) Died: November 20, 1954, Wilmington, Delaware. Buried: Lombardy Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware. Marks was ap­par­ent­ly liv­ing in Wilm­ing­ton, Del­a­ware, in 1913. His works in­clude: Cream of Song, with Le­an­der Pick­ett & O. B. Cul­pep­per & (Lou­is­ville, Ken­tucky: Pick­ett Pub­lish­ing Com­pa­ny, 1906) Tears and Tri­umphs No. 4, with Le­an­der Pick­ett & Ben­ja­min Butts (Lou­is­ville, Ken­tucky: Pen­te­cost­al Pub­lish­ing Company, 1910) Noted Hymns, 1927 (ed­it­or) Lyrics-- Christmas Joy Tasting the Joys Trying to Be More like Je­sus We Shall Hear Him Say, "Well Done" Music-- Best Thing I Ev… Go to person page >

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First Line: Jesus calls for willing helpers, for there is a work to do
Title: Enter His Service
Author: William Edie Marks
Refrain First Line: Enter his service

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Sunday School Voices #95

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