Sunday, July 12, 2015

Make Me A Servant


Today I sat in a different seat. One that let me look at these windows as the morning sun streamed in. I could sit and gaze at these windows that are over 100 years old while listening to our young people tell of their hard labor in the extreme summer heat as they served our neighbors in need as part of Salkahatchie Summer Service.

And then we sang this song...

Make me a servant
Humble and meek
Lord let me lift up those who are weak
And may the prayers of my heart always be
Make me a servant
Make me a servant
Make me a servant today

So happy to be part of a community that sings this song and means it.


  1. I'm so happy to find out you have a blog. How did I miss that? Beautiful post and I look forward to reading backwards. I need to look up that hymn. One of my favorites is "The Servant Song".

    1. Hi, Paula! Welcome. Come back often. Or, as you might say, "haste ye back!"

  2. What a beautiful window and you captured the light so beautifully. I a, not familiary with that song, but the words are lovely.


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