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REV. E. UNANGST.

And calls them as

His own,

1. 'Tis Jesus loves the little ones,
2. Let lit - tle ones sing Je-sus' name,
3. He loves to be with little ones, And hear their child-like prayer,

He loves to hear them sing,

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REFRAIN.

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.
And ten der ly He takes them up, In to His loving care.

THE LOVING LITTLE ONES.

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Prompt to serve and fol-low Thee,
Learn-ing how to love from Thee,

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SAVIOR, TEACH ME, DAY BY DAY.
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4 Love in loving finds employ,
In obedience all her joy;
Ever new that joy will be,
Loving Him who first loved me.

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4 Brighter than all jewels
Shines the modest eye;
Best of gifts, He loveth
Infant purity.

Haste we, then, to welcome
With a joyous lay
Christ, the King of glory,
Born for us to-day.

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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,

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MRS. SKELLEY.

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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;

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For we know the Lord of Glory

Al-ways sees what chil-dren do,

4.

Let our sins be all for - given, Make us fear what-e'er is wrong;

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LORD, A LITTLE BAND AND LOWLY

"Lucerne." 8. 7. 8. 7.

Thou art great, and high, and ho-ly,
And let noth-ing ev er please us
And is wri-ting now the story
Lead us on our way to heav-en, There to sing a

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2. Though Thou art so
3. We are little

JESUS, HIGH IN GLORY.

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O how holy should we be.
He would grieve to look up - on.

Of our thoughts and actions, too.
no-bler song. A-men.

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When we bow
Thou wilt stoop to
Savior, guide and
Help us now to
We would glad - ly

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THE LITTLE LORD JESUS.

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Jesus no cry-ing He makes.
ever, and love me I pray.

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Children's prais- es
When Thy praise we sing.

In the heavenly way.
Take our sins

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"Savior, Lord, we come." A-men.

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The little Lord Jesus
And stay by my cradle
And fit us for heav-en

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till morn-ing is nigh.
to live with Thee there.

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