When Jesus Comes To Reward His Servants

When Jesus comes to reward His servants,

Whether it’s noon or night, faithful to Him or not, will Jesus find us waiting, with our lights all trimmed and brilliant when He arrives to reward His servants? Is it possible to state categorically that we are prepared, brother, to enter the soul’s radiant home? Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit? When we bring our skills back to the Lord, would he answer thee, if He calls us one by one at the crack of dawn? Is it a good job?

Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit?

Do we strive to be the best we can be?

Is it possible to state categorically that we are prepared, brother, to enter the soul’s radiant home?

Verse 4Blessed are those whom the Lord finds waiting, because they will share in His glory.

Is it possible to state categorically that we are prepared, brother, to enter the soul’s radiant home?

WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTS (TONIC SOLFA)

IN THE EVENT THAT JESUS COMES TO AWARD HIS SERVANTS JOHN 12:26 P.M. Every person who serves me must also follow me, and wherever I go, my servant will be as well. My Father will show respect to the person who serves me. THE TIME WILL COME WHEN JESUS WILL COME TO REWARD HIS SERVANT SHymns are typically composed of more than one melody, any of which can be used for the song. Any music that is compatible with the meter of the Hymn can be chosen if you know the meter of the Hymn. THE HYMN’S PERFORMANCE METER 10.7.10.7 is a ten-seven-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point-nine-point (with refrain) TONIC SOLFAS ARE USED TO REWARD JESUS’ SERVANTS WHEN HE COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTS : R m D L D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D When Jesus returns to repay His servants, they will be rewarded in kind.

whether it is midday or the middle of the night,:-fe,:- s,:- l, s, : With our lamps all trimmed and bright will He find us while we are keeping watch, as we are faithful to Him, as we are to Him, as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him; as we are to Him.

“Can we say we’re ready, brother?” says the chorus.

“Can we say we’re ready, brother?” says the chorus.

l,:-d: t,:- l,: s,: d: r:-:-Are you ready to return to your luminous home?

s,: s,:- l,: s,:- d:- r: m: d: l:- d:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- s:- s:-:- d:- d:- d:- r: m: r: d:- s:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s:-:- s Waiting, waiting for the arrival of the Lord’s return.

WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTS LYRICS

Whether it’s noon or night, faithful to Him or not, will Jesus find us waiting, with our lights all trimmed and brilliant when He arrives to reward His servants? Is it possible to state categorically that we are prepared, brother, to enter the soul’s radiant home? Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit? When we bring our skills back to the Lord, would he answer thee, if He calls us one by one at the crack of dawn? Is it a good job?

Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit?

WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTSLYRICSVERSE 3 AND 4

Verse 3Have we been faithful to the confidence He placed in us? Do we strive to be the best we can be? If there is nothing that convicts us in our souls, we will be able to enjoy a lovely rest. Is it possible to state categorically that we are prepared, brother, to enter the soul’s radiant home? Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit? Verse 4Blessed are those whom the Lord finds waiting, because they will share in His glory. If He comes at the crack of dawn or the stroke of midnight, will He find us there, watching?

Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit?

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WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HISSERVANTS HYMN INFORMATION

TITLE: WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTSTUNE: WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTS TITLE: WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTSTUNE: WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTS CURRENT DOMAIN USE STATUS: PUBLIC DOMAIN 10.7.10.7 on the meter (with refrain) First Line: WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTSREFRAIN FIRST LINE: O CAN WE SAY WE ARE READY BROTHER? Second Line: O CAN WE SAY WE ARE READY BROTHER? More information about hymns may be found by clicking here.

GBA JESU DE LATI F’ERE FUN WA TONIC SOLFA

Gba Jesus de lati f’ere fun was (S,: s,:- l,: s,:- d:- r m,: r m: d T, l,. A Ha Le Wipe A Se Tan Aral,.,. A Ha Le Wipe A Se Tan Aral r:-:- A Ha Le Wipe A Se Tan Aral. What’s the deal with fun ‘le wa didan loke? Wha yo ha ba’wo at’emi nsona? s, s, s:- s:-:- d:- d:- d:- r: m: r: d:-Nsona nsona n’gb Oluwa yo de. s:- s:-:- d:- d:- d:- r: m: r: d:-Nsona nsona n’gb Oluwa yo de.

WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTSYORUBA LYRICS GBA JESU DE LATI F’ERE FUN WA

Ese kinniGba ni kinniGba ni kinniGba ni kinniGba Jesu ba de lati pin ere, jesu ba de lati pin ere, Osan tabi l’ oru, Y’o ha ba wa nibit’ a gbe ns’ ona, Osan tabi l’ oru, B’ oj’ osan tabi l’ oru, B’o j’ osan tabi l’ oru, B’a ba wa nibit’ a gbe ns’ ona When did you first hear about Pel’ atupa? The refrain is as follows: “A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan?” A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan?

How do you feel about yio ha ba wa nibit’ a gbe ns’ ona? Duro, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de?

This KejiBi is not an afemojumo, but rather a l’owuro. Ni Yi o pe wa l’ okankan;Gbat’ a f’ Oluwa l’ ebun wa pada;Yio ha dahun pe, “O seun?” Ni Yi o pe wa l’ okankan;Gbat’ a f’ Oluwa l’ ebun wa pada;Yio ha dahun pe, “O seun?” The refrain is as follows: “A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan?” A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan? How do you feel about yio ha ba wa nibit’ a gbe ns’ ona? Duro, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de?

WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTSYORUBA LYRICS GBA JESU DE LATI F’ERE FUN WA

Ese KetaA s’ oto ninu ilana Re, Ti sa ipa wa gbogbo? Bi okan wa ko ba da wa l’ ebi, A o n’ isimi ogo. The refrain is as follows: “A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan?” A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan? How do you feel about yio ha ba wa nibit’ a gbe ns’ ona? Duro, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de? Ese KerinIbukun ni fun awon ti ns’ ona, Nwon o pin nin’ ogo Re. Bi O ba de l’ osan tabi l’ oru,Yio ha ba wa n’ isona? The refrain is as follows: “A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan?” A le wipe an arara,Lati lo s’ilo didan?

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Duro, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de, tit’ Oluwa yio fi de?

WHEN JESUS COMES TO REWARD HIS SERVANTSYORUBA LYRICS GBA JESU DE LATI F’ERE FUN WA

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MATTHEW 25:21 is a verse in the book of Matthew. After saying, “Well done, good and loyal servant,” his master said, “Thou hast been faithful over a few things; I will put thee over many things; enter into the joy of thy lord.” (ASV) LUKU 19:13 LUKU 19:13 LUKU 19:13 We’re going to be in the middle of something, and we’re going to need your help. We’re going to be in the middle of something, and we’re going to need your help. ‘Máa li fi wk n tó dé,’ he says. ‘Máa li fi wk n tó dé,’ he says. (BM)

When Jesus comes to reward His servants — Hive

Just a few of days ago, I published an article titled “Accountability in the life of God’s steward.” Following up on my initial posting with this one, I was inspired to share this wonderful song with you all, which is titled When Jesus comes to reward His servants. Here are the lyrics of the song:

  1. When Jesus returns to repay His servants, they will be rewarded in kind. Whether it’s noon or night, faithful to Him, would He find us watching, with our lamps all trimmed and brilliant, with our lamps all trimmed and bright? Chorus: Oh, may we state that we’re ready, brother, please? Are you prepared to enter the radiant abode of the soul? Say, would He find you and me still watching, waiting, and waiting when the Lord comes
  2. If, at the dawn of the early morning, He should summon us one by one, when we return our talents to the Lord, will He respond with a “Well done”? (Chorus)
  3. Is it possible that we have not lived up to the confidence He placed in us? Do we strive to be the best we can be? If there is nothing that convicts us in our souls, we will be able to slumber in wonderful peace. (Chorus) Blessed are those whom the Lord finds waiting, because they will share in His glory. If He comes at the crack of morning or the stroke of midnight, will He find us there, watching? (Chorus)

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When Jesus Comes

“WHEN THE LORD COMES” In the words of the Lord, “Well done, good and loyal servant.enter into the joy of thy Lord.” (Matthew 25:21; Mark 12:21) INTRO.: ‘When Jesus Comes,’ a hymn from the New Testament that reminds us that when the Lord arrives, those who have been good and faithful servants will be welcomed into the joy of the Lord, is an excellent example ( 653 inHymns for Worship Revised). James Washington Gaines wrote the book, and he also created the music, both of which are included in this collection (1881-1937).

Another of Gaines’ well-known tunes is “Take My Hand and Lead Me,” which is followed by “In That Home of the Soul” and the music to the song “You Never Mentioned Him to Me.” “When Jesus Arrives” (not to be confused with the Fanny Crosby song “Will Jesus Find Us Watching,” which starts, “When Jesus comes to reward His workers”) is one of the hymns released by members of the Lord’s church for use in churches of Christ and is found in several hymnbooks.

  1. Along with Hymns for Worship, he has appeared in the 1971Songs of the Church edited by Alton H.
  2. Jeffcoat, the 2009Favorite Songs of the Churchand the 2010Songs for Worship and Praiseboth edited by Robert J.
  3. Taylor Jr.
  4. I.
  5. Once again, when Jesus returns to gather His followers, And a crown is given to the righteous, and I long to hear Him say, “My servant, well done,” and for his soul to experience the delights of paradise.
  1. A day will come when Jesus will return to collect His own: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17
  2. After that, those who have remained steadfast in the face of temptation will be awarded a crown: 1:12
  3. Jas. 1:12
  4. In addition, they will hear Him say, “Enter in,” as recorded in Matthew 25:34.

II. The second stanza instructs us on how to prepare for His return. I want to teach everyone the narrative of love, so that they may know His forgiveness without cost, and that they may receive a crown of triumph before His throne in splendor above.

  1. We need to share the message of love to everyone through teaching others as well as ourselves: 2 Tim. 2:2
  2. 2 Tim. 3:2
  3. 2 Of course, both we and them must be aware of His unconditional pardon: Isa. 55:7
  4. Isa. 55:8
  5. And in order to receive the crown of victory, we must remain faithful: 2:10
  6. Rev. 2:11

III. Stanza 3 informs us why He is coming back to earth. I believe he’ll return with his jewels to collect them, and they’ll be granted eternal rest;’ To know that those who come in His name will be included among the blessed is a comforting realization.

  1. When Jesus returns, He will claim his jewels, which are as follows: Mal. 3:17
  2. These are the ones who will be granted eternal rest: They shall be counted among the blessed or redeemed of all ages, according to Hebrews 4:8-9. Revelation 7:9-10

IV. Stanza 3 informs us of the day on which He will return. I do not know when my Savior will return, but I must be prepared to meet Him when He does. If I am ready, He will claim me as His own, and that is sufficient assurance for me.

  1. We have no way of knowing when the Savior will appear: Matthew 24:36
  2. As a result, we must be prepared as follows: Jesus says in Matthew 24:44 that if we are ready, He will summon us to the resurrection of life. 5:28-29
  3. Jn. 5:28-29

The chorus (which I generally leave out) speaks of the Christian’s desire to see Christ return, which I think is a good thing. I want to know that He will welcome me there; I don’t want to be turned away; I want to meet Him in that beautiful city; and I want to be there forever with Him. This tune was included in the first edition of Hymns for Worship under the heading “Special Selections,” which included the following note: “This part has been created for songs with more challenging music and a distinct textual style.” Every congregation and user is free to determine whether or not these options are valuable to them.

I do not recall ever being in a congregation where this song was sung, but after listening to it, I am not certain that it is a song that could be performed well in most congregations owing to the more challenging music and textual style, particularly in the chorus.

Nonetheless, there is nothing unscriptural about the words, and we must keep in mind that it is critical to be prepared “When Jesus Returns.”

When Jesus comes to reward His servants, Whether it be noon or night, – ppt video online download

1 Will Jesus find us watching when He comes to reward His slaves, whether it’s noon or night, and when He arrives to reward His servants? When Jesus arrives to reward His workers, whether it’s noon or night, faithful to Him, will He find us standing by, our lights all trimmed and brilliant, or will He find us sleeping? Can we say, “We’re ready, brother?” is that correct? Are you prepared to enter the radiant abode of the soul? Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit?

  1. Crosby wrote the lyrics and W.
  2. Doane composed the music.
  3. If, at the crack of dawn, He calls us one by one, when we return to the Lord with our skills, would He say, “Well done?” Will He say, “Well done?” Can we say, “We’re ready, brother?” is that correct?
  4. Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit?
  5. Blessed are those whom the Lord finds waiting, because they will share in His glory.
  6. Can we say, “We’re ready, brother?” is that correct?
  7. Say, will He come across you and me still watching, waiting, and hoping when the Lord comes to visit?

Hymn: Christ comes quickly for His Bride

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1 Christ comes quickly for His Bride, Wedding feast He will provide, Garments bright and pure supplied—Dress in time! Taking Christ as life she’s dressed, By much suffering stitched and pressed; Righteous acts are thus possessed—Dress in time!
Be in time! Be in time! For the marriage feast of JesusBe in time! If your soul life you deny And the Spirit you apply, Then you’ll fully qualify—Be in time!
2 Virgins Christ comes quickly for, Those with oil an extra store, Not the fools who oil ignore—Buy in time! For the oil a price we pay, Deal with self without delay, Fill your vessels every day—Buy in time!
Be in time! Be in time! For the marriage feast of JesusBe in time! If your soul life you deny And the Spirit you apply, Then you’ll fully qualify—Be in time!
3 For His servants Christ will come And reward each faithful one; Slothful ones will be undone—Serve in time! Make your single talent count, All self’s problems now surmount, Serve with Christ, the living fount—Serve in time!
Be in time! Be in time! For the marriage feast of JesusBe in time! If your soul life you deny And the Spirit you apply, Then you’ll fully qualify—Be in time!
4 Christ comes quickly for His grain, Ripened firstfruits to obtain; Unripe harvest will remain—Ripen now! From earth’s water grain must dry, From the world your soul deny; To mature the self must die—Ripen now!
Be in time! Be in time! For the marriage feast of JesusBe in time! If your soul life you deny And the Spirit you apply, Then you’ll fully qualify—Be in time!
5 Overcomers Christ will take, Those who all for Him forsake, Those who of first love partake—Win in time! All the deadness overcome, With the living Christ be one, Toward the goal now swiftly run—Win in time!
Be in time! Be in time! For the marriage feast of JesusBe in time! If your soul life you deny And the Spirit you apply, Then you’ll fully qualify—Be in time!
6 Christ comes for His kingdom too; Heav’nly reign we must pursue, Let His rule our self subdue—Yield in time! Rebel self must be dethroned, Lessons must not be postponed, Quickly yield to Christ enthroned—Yield in time!
Be in time! Be in time! For the marriage feast of JesusBe in time! If your soul life you deny And the Spirit you apply, Then you’ll fully qualify—Be in time!
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Hymn Writer Extraordinaire – Fanny Crosby

Fanny Crosby was a popular singer in the 1920s and 1930s. Fanny Crosby (1820-1915) rose to prominence in a Gospel song composition age that was crowded with notable Gospel song composers. She was the world’s most prolific hymn writer of her time. Christian communities all across the world continue to sing and cherish some of her songs today, thanks to her influence. The intriguing account of how God utilized the seeming tragedy of Fanny becoming blind as a child as part of the process of preparing her for her principal lifework is briefly told in my December 13, 2013, Perspective on “God’s Constructive Use of Misfortune,” which is available online.

  1. The words for about nine thousand songs were written by Fanny during the duration of her songwriting career, which spanned more than fifty years.
  2. The Biglow and Main Company was the inspiration for nearly two-thirds of the songs on the album.
  3. Whenever a publisher sought works on a certain subject, she would frequently submit three or four suitable pieces on that subject to the publisher.
  4. During the course of two decades, Fanny created between one-third and one-half of the choices featured in the numerous hymnals published by Biglow and Main, depending on how many she wrote.
  5. The majority of her poetry were published under the pen name ‘Miss Fanny J.
  6. For the purpose of making her huge number of contributions appear less obvious, she also used a wide assortment of pen names, initials, and even symbols to disguise her identity.
  7. However, no other hymnist came close to Fanny’s staggering total of 204 separate self-designations, which was the highest ever recorded.

Praise Him!”; “Rescue the Perishing”; “Take the World but Give Me Jesus”; “Take the World but Give Me Jesus”; “Take the World but Give Me Jesus”; “Take the World but Give Me Jesus” Almost all of the songs that would go on to become Fanny’s most well-known compositions were written within the first decade of her hymn-composing career.

  • However, one of Fanny’s most well-known songs, “To God Be the Glory,” did not become widely popular until it was frequently used in Billy Graham crusades in the mid-twentieth century.
  • Several years after first meeting Dwight Moody’s famed song leader, Ira Sankey, she attended a Bible conference where he led the crowd in singing the hymn “Hide Me, O My Savior, Hide Me,” which she remembered fondly.
  • “Can you tell me where you got that piece?” she said of the song leader.
  • However, after the song was played again in the afternoon session, she demanded, “Mr.
  • It was a good-natured response from him.
  • Ira Sankey is a well-known author.
  • She was frequently awarded a dollar or two for each of her poems, which was the typical rate with which publishing houses compensated their poets at the time.

She does not appear to have expressed any dissatisfaction with the arrangement or to have seen it as anything more than standard music publishing process.

These well-intentioned friends may have been unaware of the fact that Fanny’s financial situation was owing in large part to her own generosity and positive view on money, despite their best efforts.

In spite of her numerous speaking engagements, she refused to accept honoraria on a regular basis.

Fanny Crosby’s interesting life story is told in further detail in my bookWomen of Faith and Courage, which is available on Amazon (Christian Focus, 2011).

Crosby, An Autobiography tells the tale of her life in her own words (Baker, 1995, and Hendrickson, 2015).

Her Heart Can See, The Life and Hymns of Fanny J. Crosby, written by Edith Blumhofer, provides a more detailed overview of her life and work (Eerdmans, 2005). Vance E. Christie has copyright protection for the year 2017.

HYMN: When Jesus comes to reward His servants

As you can see, I’m on my way, and my prize will be with me. Rev.22:121. When Jesus returns to repay His followers, regardless of the time of day or night, Will He find us watching, if we are faithful to Him, with our lights all trimmed and well lit? O, can we claim that we are prepared, brother, that we are prepared for the soul’s brilliant home? Say, will He come across you and me still staring? Waiting, waiting, waiting for the Lordshall to arrive? 2. If, at the crack of dawn, He should summon us one by one, when we return to the Lord with our skills, will He respond with a “Well done?” 3.

Do we strive to be the best we can be?

4.

If He comes at the crack of morning or the stroke of midnight, will He find us watching there?

YORUBA LYRICS: Gba Jesu de lati fere fun wa

Ere mi si mbe pelu mi, Kiyesii; emi mbokankan, Emi mbokankan. Ifi. 22:12, ifi. 1. Gba Jesu de lati fere fun wa, Gba Jesu de lati fere fun wa, The osan tab’ ale, yo ha ba wa, ka ma f’oto sona, ka ma f’oto sona, K’atupa wa si ma? What’s the deal with the wipe, the tan and the ara? What’s the deal with the fun ‘le wa didan l’oke? “Wi, y’O ha ba ‘wo at’emi nsona?” says the narrator. What’s the deal with Nsona, Nsona n’gb’Oluwa o de? “O seun?” asks the njebo ba je l’oro kutukutu, T’O ba pe wani kokan, ‘Gbat,’ a ba da Talenti wa pada, Y’O ha wi fun o, “o seun?” asks the njebo ba.

How can I get my gbogbo to stop ipa-ing?

4.

Re; Bi l’aro tabi oganjo oru Y’O ha ba wa be nsona oru Y’O ha ba wa be nsona?

Fanny J.

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