Out in the Field

Pray that my feet do not weary grow

Author: John S. Brown
Tune: [Pray that my feet do not weary grow]
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1 Pray that my feet do not weary grow,
While I labor on;
Pray that the seed will all surely grow,
Whithersoe’er I’ve sown.

Then out in the field the story I’ll tell,
Glad news of salvation o’er mountain and dell,
How Jesus, my Savior, with man came to dwell,
To rescue each lost one from sin.

2 Pray that my hands may be willing and strong,
In the Master’s field;
Pray that my heart shall rejoice in song
Over the promised yield. [Chorus]

3 Pray that my labor be not in vain,
For the fields are white;
Pray that I’ll garner much golden grain
Safe from the storms of night. [Chorus]

4 Pray that whatever my lot may be,
Tho’ I sow or reap,
Pray that my Savior’s dear face I’ll see,
E’en tho’ I stop to weep. [Chorus]

Source: Gold Tried in the Fire: suitable for church, Sunday school, revival meetings, missionary and rescue work #102

Author: John S. Brown

John S Brown USA. Thus far, John has evaded biographers. He may be Rev. John Stillman Brown of Kansas, but this is not verified. John Perry  Go to person page >

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First Line: Pray that my feet do not weary grow
Title: Out in the Field
Author: John S. Brown
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Then out in the field the story I'll tell
Publication Date: 1904
Notes: Dedicated to Missionaries of American S. S. Union
Copyright: Public Domain


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