Buds and Blossoms for the Little Ones

Editor: Emma Pitt
Publisher: Emma Pitt, Baltimore, Md., 1889
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d1A tender child beneath the sun
d2Are you sowing the seeds of mercy
d3Beautiful crowns in heaven we see
d4Beautiful the little hands
d5Bright little star, shining in the sky
d6Buds and blossoms fresh with beauty
d7Consider ye the lilies, contented in their lot
d8Dear Jesus ever at my side, How loving must
d9Down the column of the ages
d10Earnest, faithful banner bearers
d11Flowers blooming brightly
d12From the sunny morning
d13Fruit bearers in thy kingdom
d14God made the star, the lovely star
d15God's own little flock, And sheltered so close
d16Happy hearts we will bring
d17Happy little birdie, singing
d18How can our little help, we say
d19How sweetly smiles the Christmas light
d20I am learning how to sew
d21I have a crown of jewels bright
d22I have no frankincense, no myrrh
d23I have no silver and no gem
d24I know that oft I wander
d25If you will listen unto me
d26I'm a little lamb of the Savior's fold
d27I'm a little sunbeam, I know how to shine
d28I'm glad my blessed Savior
d29In lands full of darkness across the blue wave
d30Little beams of brightness
d31Little birdie, come and see
d32Little flowers, tender flowers
d33Little helpless lambs are we
d34Little lights for God are we
d35My Savior reigns above in that sweet land of love
d36O send the Bible out to all
d37O sing a song for May day
d38O 'tis not far to Jesus' love
d39O what can little hands do to please the King of heaven
d40O what can little lips do
d41O where is thy home lovely flower
d42Only a single penny, 'Tis all I have to give
d43Only a tiny handful, Yes useful in its way
d44See the banners waving, waving
d45See the shining dewdrops
d46Singing on our journey to the heavenly land
d47Some people laugh and wonder
d48Sweet little pansy, The winter is near
d49Tell me all about Jesus
d50The birds are singing sweetly
d51The wise may bring their learning
d52The world looks very pretty
d53To sing his love and mercy
d54Up with the morning, work while 'tis day
d55We are coming, gladly coming
d56We are happy children
d57We are little sowers, sowing every day
d58We are the Savior's dear ones
d59We are young and very helpless
d60We dearly love the Sabbath more
d61We have a Father, little boy
d62We would sing of Jesus' love
d63We're a band of happy children
d64What can the children do
d65What have I ever done for Jesus
d66When I, dear Lord, arise from sleep
d67When I, dear Lord, my work have done
d68While walking by the mossy bank
d69Who'll make the brandy peaches
d70Ye pretty twinkling stars that shine
d71Yes, with his tender watchcare
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