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O Jesus, Master, when today I meet

O Jesus, Master, when today I meet

Author: Charles S. Newhall
Tune: HUMILITY (Tuckerman)
Published in 28 hymnals

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1. O Jesus, Master, when today,
I meet, along the crowded way,
My burdened brothers—mine and Thine—
May then through me Thy Spirit shine.

2. To cheer them in their onward way,
Till evening ends the varied day,
To kindle so a growing light,
Where else might be but gloom and night.

3. Grant, too, that they my need may know,
As side by side we onward go—
An equal need of kindly thought,
And love like that which Thou hast taught.

4. Then give our hands a touch divine,
And to our voices tones like Thine,
As side by side we onward go,
Nor need each other’s name to know.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #5017

Author: Charles S. Newhall

Born: October 4, 1842, Boston, Massachusetts. Died: April 11, 1935, Berkeley, California. Newhall attended Amherst College and Union Theological Seminary, and was ordained a Congregational minister. He pastored over 25 years, then became associated with the United States Forestry Service and developed a reputation as an outstanding naturalist. He retired in 1905 to Berkeley, California. --Reynolds, William Jensen. Hymns of Our Faith. Nashville, Tennessee: Broadman Press, 1964. http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/n/e/w/newhall_cs.htm  Go to person page >

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The Cyber Hymnal #5017
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Hymns of the Saints: Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints #422
The Cyber Hymnal #5017TextScoreAudio
Include 26 pre-1979 instances



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