Worker Worship Hymns

Remember this hymn? Sung when 2x2s become workers?

"Where ever you ripe fields behold, waving to God their sheaves of gold... be sure some corn of wheat has died....some faithful life been crucified. Oh, should a soul, alone remain, when it a hundred-fold may gain? - 2x2 hymn

This is a great example song of worker worship. The overseers see sheaves of gold (money)

The followers think of the workers' "faithful life" and not Jesus Christ when they sing this hymn.

And here you have the correlation that if you sell everything, give it to workers and go preach then you are the hundred-fold taught in the parable of the sower, seed and soils.

Hymn Uses

This hymn is used at funerals for workers and also sung when workers "go out into the work" at 2x2 conventions and 2x2 special Meetings.

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To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me. - Jesus Christ speaking to Saul, see Act 26:18, see Salvation through Jesus Christ.
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