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The Master is seeking a harvest

The Master is seeking a harvest

Author: H. S. Lehman
Tune: [The Master is seeking a harvest]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 The Master is seeking a harvest
In lives He’s redeemed by His blood;
He seeks for the fruit of the Spirit,
And works that will glorify God.

Nothing but leaves for the Master,
Oh, how His loving heart grieves,
When instead of the fruit He is seeking,
We offer Him nothing but leaves.

2 He looks for His likeness reflected
In lives that are yielded and true;
He’s looking for zeal in the winning
Of souls He’s entrusted to you. [Refrain]

3 He’s yearning for some one to carry
The life-giving word far and near;
He’s waiting for hearts that are willing,
For ears that are open to hear. [Refrain]

Source: Favorites Number 3: A Collection of Gospel Songs #68

Author: H. S. Lehman

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Text Information

First Line: The Master is seeking a harvest
Author: H. S. Lehman



Instances (1 - 4 of 4)

Favorites Number 3 #68

Patriots for Christ #d28

Songs that Touch the Heart. Vol. 1 #d43

Songs You Love No. 4 #d22

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