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One More Day's Work For Jesus

One more day's work for Jesus

Author: Anna Bartlett Warner
Tune: [One more day's work for Jesus] (Lowry)
Published in 102 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 One more day's work for Jesus,
One less of life for me!
But heav'n is nearer,
And Christ is dearer,
Than yesterday to me.
His love and light
Fill all my soul tonight.

Refrain
One more day's work for Jesus,
One more day's work for Jesus,
One more day's work for Jesus,
One less of life for me!

2 One more day's work for Jesus!
How sweet the work has been,
To tell the story,
To show the glory,
When Christ's flock enter in!
How it did shine
In this poor heart of mine! Refrain

3 One more day's work for Jesus!
Oh, yes, a weary day;
But, heav'n shines clearer,
And rest comes nearer,
At each step of the way;
And, Christ in all,
Before His face I fall. Refrain

4 Oh, blessed work for Jesus!
Oh, rest, at Jesus' feet!
There toil seems pleasure,
My wants are treasure,
And pain for Him is sweet.
Lord, if I may,
I'll serve another day. Refrain

Source: Praise and Worship: hymnal #376

Author: Anna Bartlett Warner

Warner, Anna, daughter of Henry W. Warner, and sister of Sarah Warner, author of Queechy, and other novels, was born near New York City about 1822. She is the author of the novel, Say and Seal, 1859, and others of a like kind. She also edited Hymns of the Church Militant, 1858; and published Wayfaring Hymns, Original and Translated, 1869. Her original hymns in common use include:— l. Jesus loves me, this I know. The love of Jesus. In Say and Seal. 1859. 2. 0 little child, lie still and sleep. A Mother's Evening Hymn. In Temple Choir. 1867. 3. One more day's work for Jesus. Evening. From Wayfaring Hymns. 1869. 4. The world looks very beautiful. A Child Pilgrim, circa 1860. [Rev. F. M. Bird, M.A.] -- John Ju… Go to person page >

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The Baptist Hymnal #472

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The Cyber Hymnal #5205

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