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Never say no, when the Master calls

Wherever my pathway of duty leads

Author: H. L. Frisbie
Tune: [Wherever my pathway of duty leads]
Published in 6 hymnals

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Full Text

1. Wherever my pathway of duty leads,
Thro’ sands of the desert, or fragrant meads,
O may I be faithful, whatever befalls,
May I never say no, when the Master calls.

Refrain
May I never say no, when the Master calls,
May I never say no, when the Master calls;
Whatever it be He requires of me,
May I never say no, when the Master calls.

2. If darkness or sunshine be ’round my way,
To ever be faithful, my Lord, I pray;
In lowliest cottage, or proudest of halls,
May I never say no, when the Master calls. [Refrain]

3. If into the battle, or called to stand
And wait with my armor and sword in hand,
His will shall be mine, for no danger appalls,
If I never say no, when the Master calls. [Refrain]

4. He never forsakes me, my strength and song!
No service a burden, no struggle long!
His care is around me like sheltering walls,
If I never say no, when the Master calls. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #4527

Author: H. L. Frisbie

Early 20th Century Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Wherever my pathway of duty leads
Title: Never say no, when the Master calls
Author: H. L. Frisbie
Refrain First Line: May I never say no

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The Cyber Hymnal #4527
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