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'Tis sweet to work for Jesus

'Tis sweet to work for Jesus

Tune: [‘Tis sweet to work for Jesus]
Published in 9 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 ‘Tis sweet to work for Jesus,
In this life’s little day;
To spread around the joyful sound,
As those forgiven may;
To tell His loving kindness,
His promises so true;
To urge the young that they may come
And trust this Saviour too.

2 ‘Tis sweet to work for Jesus,
Be this our one desire;
Our purpose still to do His will,
Whatever He require;
No action is too lowly,
No work of love too small;
If Christ but lead, we may indeed
We’ll follow such a call.

3 ‘Tis sweet to work for Jesus,
While our weak spirits rest
In His own care, safe sheltered there,
And with His presence blessed;
In such calm, happy moments,
No greater joy we know;
Redeemed from sin, we live for Him,
To whom our all we owe.

Source: Gospel Jewels #107

Text Information

First Line: 'Tis sweet to work for Jesus
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 9 of 9)
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Carmina Centum #58

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Chautauqua Carols #155

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Gospel Jewels #107

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Hymns for First-Day Schools #110

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Hymns for First-Day Schools (Rev. and Enl.) #110

Hymns of The Voice of Praise #d275

The Chautauqua Carols #d19

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The Guiding Star for Sunday Schools #4

The Voice of Praise #d274

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