1 What Thou wilt, O Father, give;
All is gain that I receive;
Let the lowliest task be mine,
Grateful, so the work be Thine.
2 If there be some weaker one,
Give me strength to help him on;
If a blinder soul there be,
Let me guide him nearer Thee.
3 Clothe with life the weak intent,
Let me be the thing I meant;
Let me find in Thy employ
Peace that dearer is than joy;
4 Out of self to love be led,
And to heaven acclimated,
Until all things sweet and good
Seem my natural habitude.
Source: Hymns of the Kingdom of God #305