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2. Kindly, kindly speak to all, At our work or
3. Dearly, dear - ly let us love Every one
4. Sweetly, sweetly sing the praise Of our glorious

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Children's prayers He deigns to hear, Children's songs delight His ear.
Children, raise your sweetest strain, To the Lamb, for He was slain.
Children's minds may He inspire, Touch their tongues with holy fire.

For the Gospel from a-bove, For the word that "God is love." A - men.

GENTLE JESUS, MEEK AND MILD.

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REV. CHARLES WESLEY, (1708-1788) 1742.

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1. Gentle Jesus, meek and mild, Look up
2. Put Thy hands up on my head; Let me
3. Hold me fast in Thine em-brace; Let me
4. Lamb of God, I look to Thee, Thou shalt my ex-am - ple

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5 Let me, above all, fulfill

God my Heavenly Father's will;
Never His good Spirit grieve,
Only to His glory live.

6 Loving Jesus, gentle Lamb,
In Thy gracious hands I am;
Make me, Savior, what Thou art,
Live Thyself within my heart.

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my simplicity; Suf-fer me to come to Thee.
Let me lean up on Thy breast; Lull me, lull me, Lord, to rest.
Give me, Lord, Thy blessing give; Pray for me, and I shall live.
Thou art gentle, meek, and mild; Thou wast once a little Child. A-men.

on a little child; in Thine arms be stayed; see Thy smi-ling face; be;

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7 I shall then show forth Thy praise,
Serve Thee all my happy days;
Then the world shall always see
Christ, the Holy Child, in me.

8 Holy Father, Holy Son,

Holy Spirit, Three in One;
Glory, as of old, to Thee,
Now and evermore shall be.

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