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1. Hap - py hearts, light and gay, Have we chil - dren on this day; 2. Gen - tle hearts, ev - fair, Beat - ing with the love we bear; 3. Ma - ry's Child, Bethlehem's babe, Lit - tle chil - dren He will save; 4. Ho · ly babe, ev ery day Keep us in the nar - row way,

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GATHER THEM ALL FOR JESUS.

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MISS ELIZA E. HEWITT.

Daniel B. Towner, (1853–

) 1899.

1. Gath - er the fair - est rose - buds, Spark-ling with morning dew;
2. Out in the gold - en sun - shine, Out in the shad-ows dim,
3. Tell them the dear old sto ry, Won - der - ful words of love;
4. Gath - er the lit - tle chil - dren In - to the Sab - bath School;

ies,

Gath - er the pur est lil

Blos-soms of brightest hue. Gath - er the lit tle chil - dren, Gath - er them all for Him. Tell them of Christ, the Sa - vior, Liv - ing for them a bove. Give them a kind - ly wel - come, Fol - low-ing love's sweet rule.

REFRAIN.

Gath - er them all for Je

sus, Beau · ti - ful sum-mer flowers;

Yet will the sweet-est of-fering, Come from these hearts of

ours.

Copyright, 1899, by D, B, Towner.

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LIFT UP, O LITTLE CHILDREN.

“Surse." MISS MARY ANNE LATHBURY, (1841- )

M. C. Seward.

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up, 2. Lift

up, 3. Ring, all

O lit - tle chil - dren, Your voi - ces clear and sweet,
O ten - der lil
Your whiteness to the

sun ; ye bells, in wel - come, Your chimes of joy gain!

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JESUS LOVES ME.
“ Brocklesbury.” 8s. & 7s. (First Tune.)

Mrs. Charlotte Alington Barnard, (1830—1869)

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1. Je - sus loves me, Je-sus loves me; He is al-ways, al-ways near;

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o If I try to please Him tru-ly, There is naught that I can fear. A-men.

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