Will you let me be your servant, let me be as Brother to you?
Plead that I might have the grace to let you be my servant, too.
We are pilgrims on a journey, we are travelers on the same road.
We are here to help each other walk the mile and bear each other’s load.
I will hold the Masonic lights for you in the night time of your fear.
I will hold my hand out to you, speak the peace you long to hear.
I will weep when you are weeping, when you laugh, I’ll laugh with you.
I will share your joy and sorrow till we’ve seen our journey through.
When we sing to the Almighty, we shall find such harmony, born of all we’ve known together of Masonic love and agony.
Will you let me be your servant, let me be as a Masonic brother to you?
Pray that I might have the grace to let you be my servant, too.
May the peace of the Almighty rule in your heart.
Brother, Kenneth F. Hudson, Sr.
Chaplain Lodge 43