Songs about Vocation

As I mentioned, I’ve been doing a series of interviews on Issues, Etc., about the new edition of my book Spirituality of the Cross Revised Edition. When we were talking about my chapter on Vocation, the producers were playing some music to go along with it.

One piece was Bob Dylan’s You’ve Got to Serve Somebody!

Another was even more to the point, Eric and Polly Rapp’s More Than Enough. What a good song! Click to the site and listen to it. Here are the lyrics:

More Than Enough
(© 2006 Eric Rapp. All rights reserved.)

Look around you–who is your neighbor?
Who do you see here in need of God’s love?
Look around you–because of the Savior
What you’re doing for them is more than enough

When you go to work, where a day seems a lifetime,
you’re asking is this what God wants you to do
Take comfort in this: your boss is your neighbor
you’re doing good works God prepared just for you

Look around you–who is your neighbor?
Who do you see here in need of God’s love?
Look around you–because of the Savior
What you’re doing for them is more than enough

A woman stays home feeding her baby,
changing the diapers and cleaning the clothes
She can do this with joy because of the Savior
God’s will for her now is in front of her nose

Look around you–who is your neighbor?
Who do you see here in need of God’s love?
Look around you–because of the Savior
What you’re doing for them is more than enough

When evening comes and your head hits the pillow
and you think that your life doesn’t seem up to snuff
Be glad in the Lord and all that he gave you
what he did on that cross was more than enough

Look around you–who is your neighbor?
Who do you see here in need of God’s love?
Look around you–because of the Savior
What you’re doing right now is more than enough
What you’re doing right now is more than enough

The Rapps are a folk duo who became Lutheran converts. Check out their website and buy their CDs.

What are some other songs about Vocation?


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