If I Have but a Moment
1.I walk the path of life as Jesus walked along the roads of Galilee, About me need is great. Shall I not heed the weary ones who beckon me? The world demands my time for many passing things, The Savior
bids me choose the better part, Shall I hasten on to answer common calls, Or shall I pause to ease the aching heart? REFRAIN: If I have but a moment, shall I let it pass away? Can I think to do His work
another time, another day? If I have but a moment, could I lift a load of care? If I have but a moment, are there words of hope to share? If I have but a moment, Is a moment not enough to do the gentle work of
love? 2.In every troubled hour I feel the comfort of His love unceasingly, I seek to bear his part, to live as He, to give as He has given me, And all around me there is need unmeasured still, The silent grief, the
bitter word unsaid, Shall I go unknowing on my heedless way, Or shall I seek to dry the tear unshed? REFRAIN.