|Music:||Carl G. Glaser, arr. Lowell Mason|
Words: Charles Wesley Music: "Azmon" by Carl G. Glaser, arr. Lowell Mason Alternate tunes: "Caithness", Scottish Psalter, unknown "St. Agness" by John B. Dykes Servant of all, to toil for man Thou didst not, Lord, refuse; Thy majesty did not disdain To be employed for us. Son of the carpenter, receive This humble work of mine; Worth to my meanest labor give, By joining it to Thine. End of my every action Thou, In all things Thee I see; Accept my hallowed labor now, I do it unto Thee. Thy bright example I pursue, To Thee in all things rise; And all I think or speak or do Is one great sacrifice. Careless through outward cares I go, From all distraction free; My hands are but engaged below, My heart is still with Thee.
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