When Jesus comes to reward his servantsAuthor: Fanny J. Crosby
Tune: WOODSTOCK (Doane)
Published in 214 hymnals
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1 When Jesus comes to reward His servants,
Whether it be noon or night,
Faithful to Him will He find us watching,
With our lamps all trimmed and bright?
Oh, can we say we are ready, brother?
Ready for the soul’s bright home?
Say, will He find you and me still watching,
Waiting, waiting when the Lord shall come?
2 If, at the dawn of the early morning,
He shall call us one by one,
When to the Lord we restore our talents,
Will He answer thee, “Well done”? [Refrain]
3 Have we been true to the trust He left us?
Do we seek to do our best?
If in our hearts there is naught condemns us,
We shall have a glorious rest. [Refrain]
4 Blessed are those whom the Lord finds watching,
In His glory they shall share;
If He shall come at the dawn or midnight,
Will He find us watching there? [Refrain]
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|Hymns of Faith #507||When Jesus comes to reward His servants||Will Jesus Find Us Watching?||Oh, can we say we are ready, brother?||Fanny J. Crosby||William H. Doane||Matthew 24:42; Matthew 25:1-13; Matthew 25:14-30; Matthew 25:21; Luke 12:37; 1 John 3:21||[When Jesus comes to reward His servants]||A Flat Major||1980|