If you would work for the Master today

If you would work for the Master today

Author: Charles H. Forsythe
Tune: [If you would work for the Master today]
Published in 13 hymnals

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1. If you would work for the Master today,
Win the one next to you;
If you would show some poor wand’rer the way
Oh, win the one next to you.

Refrain
Win the one next to you
Win the one next to you;
Tell him of Jesus, the mighty to save,
And win the one next to you.

2. Have you looked over the great harvest field,
Seeking for work to do?
Hasten, go forth, reap the golden yield,
And win the one next to you. [Refrain]

3. Close to your door may be someone in sin,
Tell him the story true.
Of Him Who died that poor soul to win,
Oh, win the one next to you. [Refrain]

4. You may not go to a far heathen land,
Or to a country new;
But in your home for the Master stand,
And win the one next to you. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #7497

Author: Charles H. Forsythe

Born: October 23, 1892, London, Ontario, Canada. Died: January 1968, Pinellas County, Flordia.  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: If you would work for the Master today
Author: Charles H. Forsythe
Refrain First Line: Win the one next to you

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The Cyber Hymnal #7497
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