Master, speak! Thy servant heareth
|Master, speak! Thy servant heareth,
Waiting for Thy gracious word,
Longing for Thy voice that cheereth
Master, let it now be heard.
I am list’ning, Lord, for Thee;
What hast Thou to say to me?
|Often through my heart is pealing
Many another voice than Thine,
Many an unwilled echo stealing
From the walls of this Thy shrine.
Let Thy longed-for accents fall;
Master, speak! and silence all.
|Master, speak! though least and lowest,
Let me not unheard depart;
Master, speak! for oh, Thou knowest
All the yearning of my heart.
Knowest all its truest need;
Speak! and make me blest indeed.
|Master, speak! and make me ready,
When Thy voice is truly heard,
With obedience glad and steady,
Still to follow every word
I am listening, Lord, for Thee:
Master, speak, oh, speak to me!
|Speak to me by name, O Master,
Let me know it is to me;
Speak, that I may follow faster,
With a step more firm and free,
Where the Shepherd leads the flock
In the shadow of the Rock!
Tema, Greater Accra, Ghana
We use to sing this hymn at the primary school by then I was a Muslim but thanks to Jesus I'm a Christian today. This is one of the hymns that makes me fall deep into the Spirit.
I like the song in a special way for it gives me plenty of Joy and it reminds me to that I have to listen what God is telling me.
My husband just passed away and this song is helping me through this dark hour.
I was taught this song in primary school and it continues to draw me closer to my Master each time I sing it. It’s one of my favorite devotional hymns.
Wonderful I learnt to play the chords. I just can't stop playing it again and again.
Speak to me as I listen
Your word is life
Thank You Lord Jesus Christ for this hymn.
Durham, NC, United States
I learned this hymn today — it's absolutelly gorgeous and I will teach it to my two little boys.
Lafia, Nasarawa, Nigeria
Master please speak to me.
I always want this song to be sung just before a sermon in Church. It make me be so ready for the word to edify me.
A yearning of the heart. An expression of a longing of the spirit of man for the Spirit of the Almighty. A wonderful cry of the heart at midnight asking the Almighty to speak His will and direction in the breaking of a new day. Thank You Holy Spirit of our God.