Vessels for the Master’s Use {165/300}


July 29

Daily Proverb

The heart of him that hath understanding seeketh knowledge,

but the mouth of fools feedeth on foolishness.

Proverbs 15:14


Daily Bible Reading:

Numbers 31

Psalm 88



Inspiring Hymns #165

Lead On, O King Eternal

Lead on, O King Eternal, the day of march has come; henceforth in fields of conquest Thy tents shall be our home.  Thro’ days of preparation Thy grace has made us strong, and now, O King Eternal, we lift our battle song.

Lead on, O King Eternal, till sin’s fierce war shall cease, and holiness shall whisper the sweet Amen of peace;  For not with swords loud clashing, nor roll of stirring drums; with deeds of love and mercy, the heavenly kingdom comes.

Lead on, O King Eternal, we follow, not with fears; for gladness breaks like morning where’er Thy face appears;  Thy cross is lifted o’er us; we journey in its light:  the crown awaits the conquest; lead on, O God of might.

Words:  Ernest W. Shurtleff

Music:  Henry Smart

Copyright 1951

Singspiration, Inc.


2 thoughts on “Vessels for the Master’s Use {165/300}

  1. Elihu says:

    Joyce, I love your posts! It brings to mind Elisabeth Elliot who often quoted hymns and scripture. So many of the old hymns have such deep meaning and beauty.


    • thesilverofhisfining says:

      Thank you, Elihu, and thank you for visiting and following my blog! I was happy to find yours today and look forward to reading more.

      I am enjoying going through the hymnal from my childhood. Always glad when others are blessed by the old hymns too.


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