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Suffer the children to come to me

Author: Margarette W. Snodgrass Hymnal: Happy Songs for Boys and Girls #d65 (1952) Hymnal Title: Happy Songs for Boys and Girls First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read
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"Suffer the children to come to me"

Author: Margarette Snodgrass Hymnal: Primary Songs #53 (1878) Hymnal Title: Primary Songs First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read

Suffer the children to come to me

Author: Margarette W. Snodgrass Hymnal: Primary Songs for the Primary Class in the Sunday School. Rev.ed. #d82 (1944) Hymnal Title: Primary Songs for the Primary Class in the Sunday School. Rev.ed. First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read

Suffer the children to come to me

Author: Margarette W. Snodgrass Hymnal: Primary Songs No.2 #d67 (1894) Hymnal Title: Primary Songs No.2 First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read

Suffer the children to come to me

Author: Margarette W. Snodgrass Hymnal: Primary Songs No.3 #d55 (1908) Hymnal Title: Primary Songs No.3 First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read
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Suffer the children to come to me

Author: Margarette W. Snodgrass Hymnal: Song and Study for God's Little Ones #60 (1894) Hymnal Title: Song and Study for God's Little Ones First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read
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Suffer The Children To Come To Me

Author: Margarette W. Snodgrass Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #12294 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read Lyrics: 1 The sweetest words I have ever read Are the loving words that the Savior said: "Suffer the children to come to Me." Who’d have ever thought of this but He? Refrain: "Suffer the children to come to Me, Suffer the children to come to Me"; I am as glad as glad can be, Those very words were meant for me. 2 Oh, how He parted the throng that pressed, And so tenderly every child caressed! This is the gladness of all my song, That to this dear Savior I belong. [Refrain] 3 I wonder what I should ever do, If the Savior had only called a few, Taking the old, and the wise and great; Oh, I am so glad I need not wait. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [The sweetest words I have ever read]
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Suffer the children to come to me

Author: Margarette Snodgrass Hymnal: The Primary and Junior Hymnal #126 (1909) Hymnal Title: The Primary and Junior Hymnal First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read Topics: Invitation Tune Title: [The sweetest words I have ever read]

Suffer the children to come to me

Author: Margarette W. Snodgrass Hymnal: The Primary Sunday School Hymnal #d173 (1902) Hymnal Title: The Primary Sunday School Hymnal First Line: The sweetest words I have ever read

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