The voice of God is calling its summons unto men; As once He spoke in Zion, so now He speaks again; “Whom shall I send to succor My people in their need? Whom shall I send to loosen the bonds of shame and greed?”
“I hear My people crying in cot and mine and slum; No field or mart is silent, no city street is dumb; I see My people falling in darkness and despair— Whom shall I send to shatter the fetters which they bear?”
We heed, O Lord, Your summons, and answer: Here are we! Send us upon Your errand, let us Your servants be; Our strength is dust and ashes, our years a passing hour— But You can use our weakness to magnify Your pow’r.
From ease and plenty save us; from pride of place absolve; Purge us of low desire; lift us to high resolve; Take us, and make us holy; teach us Your will and way; Speak, and behold! we answer; command, and we obey!
The Cyber Hymnal (http://hymntime.com/tch/htm/v/o/voicegod.htm)
The Gospel Trumpet Company, Hymnal of the Church of God, 1953 (192)