Gems for the Little Ones

Editor: C. R. Blackall
Publisher: B. Griffith, Philadelphia, Penn., 1879
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d1A kiss when I wake in the morning
d2And is it true what I am told
d3Beautiful birdie, how sweetly you sing
d4Bim, bome, bim bome, rings the churchbell from the
d5Busy we would be for Jesus
d6Children, do you love each other
d7Come, come, join in the singing
d8Give me faith to come to thee
d9Give, said the little stream
d10How kind is the Savior
d11I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d12If I come to Jesus
d13If you have a pleasant thought, sing it
d14I'm a little pilgrim, With my staff in hand
d15Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear [clear, pure] light
d16Jesus is my Shepherd, He will care for me
d17Jesus, let me come to thee
d18Jesus loves me, this I know, For the Bible
d19Jesus loves the little children
d20Jesus, merciful and mild, Lead me
d21Jesus said of little children
d22Jesus, when he left the sky
d23Lamb of God, I look to thee
d24Little drops of water, little grains of sand
d25Little ones come to him
d26Little sunbeams we'll away
d27Merry, merry chiming bells
d28Never lose the golden rule
d29Raise your hands if they are clean
d30Rock, baby dear, in thy cradle so snug
d31Savior, I would happy be in Thy love today
d32See the shining dewdrops
d33Summer days are coming
d34These two little eyes that God has given
d35Though our years are young and our strength is weak
d36Tick, tack, click, clack, merrily flows the rill
d37We are little soldiers very young and small
d38We are little sunbeams, Shining
d39We are the lambs, and Jesus is our Shepherd
d40What a joy to human eyes
d41What book ought I to love the best
d42Will the Savior hear me
d43With joy we seek our Savior's face
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