Vessels for the Master’s Use {137/300}


June 26

Daily Proverb

He that despiseth his neighbor sinneth   

but he that hath mercy on the poor, happy is he.

Proverbs 14:21


Daily Bible Reading:

Numbers 8

Psalm 75



Inspiring Hymns #137

One Day!

One day when heaven was filled with His praises, one day when sin was as black as could be, Jesus came forth to be born of a virgin — dwelt amongst men, my example is He!

One day they led Him up Calvary’s mountain, one day they nailed Him to die on the tree;  Suffering anguish, despised and rejected:  bearing our sins, my Redeemer is He!

One day they left Him alone in the garden, one day He rested, from suffering free;  Angels came down o’er His tomb to keep vigil;  Hope of the hopeless, my Savior is He!

One day the grave could conceal Him no longer, one day the stone rolled away from the door;  Then He arose, over death He had conquered;  Now is ascended, my Lord evermore!

One day the trumpet will sound for His coming, one day the skies with His glories will shine;  Wonderful day, my beloved ones bringing;  Glorious Savior, this Jesus is mine!

Chorus:  Living, He loved me; Dying, He saved me; Buried, He carried my sins far away;  Rising He justified freely forever:  One day He’s coming — oh, glorious day!

Words:  Dr. J. WIlbur Chapman

Music:  Charles H. Marsh

Copyright, 1938.  Renewal.  The Rodeheaver Co., owner.  Used by permission.

Copyright 1951

Singspiration, Inc.


2 thoughts on “Vessels for the Master’s Use {137/300}

  1. davidmcdonnoughfaithblog says:

    Also made known again in contemporary Christian music by Casting Crowns. I just led worship with it 2-weeks ago. Thanks for showing its roots!


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