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Let the Master use you

Like a vessel fashioned by the Master's hand

Author: Laurene Highfield
Tune: [Like a vessel fashioned by the Master's hand]
Published in 5 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1. Like a vessel fashioned by the Master’s hand,
Tho’ your place be lowly, be ye cleaned and holy;
That among His chosen you in truth may stand,
Let the Master use you in His work today.

Like a vessel fashioned by His hand,
Let the Master find a use for you;
Pure and sweet and holy keep your heart for Him;
Jesus wants you to be true.

2. Come, your all surrender to the God of grace,
In your needy hour He can give you power;
Made a worthy vessel, fill your waiting place,
Let the Master use you in His work today. [Refrain]

3. Yield to Him the talents of your life so fair,
Follow as He leads you to the one who needs you,
If you would be worthy in His love to share,
Let the Master use you in His work today. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #3637

Author: Laurene Highfield

Laurene Highfield was born in Quincy, Illinois. She wrote about three hundred hymns and sacred songs, the libretto of one orotorio and several cantatas among other works. NN Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Like a vessel fashioned by the Master's hand
Title: Let the Master use you
Author: Laurene Highfield



The Cyber Hymnal #3637
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The Cyber Hymnal #3637

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