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Ask! Seek!! Knock!!!

By Rob Morris

ASK, and ye shall receive
SEEK, ye shall surely find
KNOCK, ye shall no resistance meet,
If come with ready mind

For all that ASK, and ask aright,
Are welcome to our Lodge to-night.
Lay down the bow and spear
Resign the sword and shield
Forget the arts of warfare here,
The arms of peace to wield

For all that SEEK, and seek aright,
Are welcome to our Lodge to-night.
Bring hither thoughts of peace
Bring hither words of love
Diffuse the pure and holy joy
That cometh from above

For all that KNOCK, and knock aright,
Are welcome to our Lodge to-night.
ASK help of Him that's high
SEEK grace of Him that's true
KNOCK patiently, the hand is nigh,
Will open unto you

For all that ASK, SEEK, KNOCK aright,
Are welcome to our Lodge to-night.
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