Fill Your Place

There are humble tasks to do

Author: D. R. V. Sickle
Tune: [There are humble tasks to do]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 There are humble tasks to do,
But of humble workers few,
And the Lord is calling you,
Calling you into the waiting field;
The lowly walks appall,
And before them many fall,
For the need, indeed, is great for all;
Will you not yield?

Refrain:
Fill a humble place;
Show your strength and grace;
If in menial tasks you’re true,
Much greater things will come to you.
Follow Christ your King;
To the promise cling;
Be the duty large or small,
Give Him your all.

2 There are duties small and great,
And for honor many wait,
But they fail to consecrate
Soul and body, spirit, heart and mind;
So many in the night
Who most need the gospel light,
Now are groping in a sorry plight, forgotten, blind. [Refrain]

3 There’s a humble place to fill;
Many souls are dying still;
You can save them, if you will,
Thro’ your love and by His boundless grace;
The task is one of love!
It will reach you, test and prove,
But you’ll win a smile from Him above—
Then fill you place. [Refrain]

Source: Progressive Sunday School Songs #62

Author: D. R. V. Sickle

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First Line: There are humble tasks to do
Title: Fill Your Place
Author: D. R. V. Sickle
Refrain First Line: Fill a humble place

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Progressive Sunday School Songs #62

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