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REV. E. UNANGST.
And calls them as
1. 'Tis Jesus loves the little ones,
He loves to hear them sing,
He's always with the little ones, They're nev-er left a lone.
And fill His courts with joy-ful sound, And make His praises ring.
THE LOVING LITTLE ONES.
J. H. Kurzenknabe, (1840
little ones, The love ly
little ones, little ones,
little ones, The happy
little ones, The hap py little ones.
Sweet - er les-son can- not be―
SAVIOR, TEACH ME, DAY BY DAY.
4 Love in loving finds employ,
4 Brighter than all jewels
Haste we, then, to welcome
1. Sa-vior, teach me, day by day, Love's sweet les-son to obey; 2. With a child-like heart of love, At Thy bid-ding may I move; 3. Teach me all Thy steps to trace, Strong to follow in Thy grace,
1. Lord, a
little band and
low ly, We are come to sing to Thee; Fill our hearts with thoughts of Jesus, And of heaven where He is gone;
For we know the Lord of Glory
Al-ways sees what chil-dren do,
Let our sins be all for - given, Make us fear what-e'er is wrong;
LORD, A LITTLE BAND AND LOWLY
"Lucerne." 8. 7. 8. 7.
Thou art great, and high, and ho-ly,
1. Je sus, high
JESUS, HIGH IN GLORY.
"St. Wystan." 6. 5. 6. 5.
4. Save us, Lord, from
T. A. Willis.
O how holy should we be.
Of our thoughts and actions, too.
When we bow
REV. MARTIN LUTHER, (1483-1546)
man-ger, no crib for bed,
1. A way in
THE LITTLE LORD JESUS.
down where He lay-
Jesus no cry-ing He makes.
Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. Used by per.
Children's prais- es
In the heavenly way.
"Savior, Lord, we come." A-men.
The little Lord Jesus
William James Kirkpatrick, (1838
Jesus laid down His sweet head. The stars in the bright sky looked
I love Thee, Lord Jesus! look Bless all the dear children in
The little Lord But little Lord Close by me for
a - sleep on