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Gladly Now in Childhood

Hymnal: A Book of Song and Service #125 (1905) Topics: Childhood First Line: Gladly, now, in childhood Languages: English Tune Title: [Gladly, now, in childhood]
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Sunny Days of Childhood

Author: W. H. Groser Hymnal: A Book of Song and Service #128 (1905) Topics: Childhood First Line: Sunny days so joyous! Languages: English Tune Title: [Sunny days so joyous!]
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In Early Youth

Author: Flora Kirkland Hymnal: Sunday School Hymns No. 1 #12 (1903) Topics: Childhood First Line: O come in childhood's sunny hour and seek today thy Saviour's face Refrain First Line: In early youth, remember thy Creator Languages: English Tune Title: [O come in childhood's sunny hour and seek today thy Saviour's face]
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I hear again my childhood's songs

Author: Jones Very Hymnal: Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith #350 (1875) Topics: Childhood's songs
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Ye fair green hills of Galilee

Author: Dr. E. R. Conder, 1820-1892 Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #81 (1917) Topics: Christ Christ, Childhood of; Christ Christ, Childhood of Lyrics: 1 Ye fair green hills of Galilee, That girdle quiet Nazareth, What glorious vision did ye see, When He who conquered sin and death Your flow'ry slopes and summits And grew in grace with man and God? 2 We saw no glory crown His head As childhood ripened into youth; No angels on His errands sped, He wrought no sign. But meekness, truth, And duty marked each step He trod; And love to man, and love to God. 3 Jesus! my Saviour, Master, King, Who didst for me the burden bear, While saints in heaven Thy glory sing, Let me on earth Thy illness wear: Mine be the path Thy feet have trod; Duty and love to man and God. Tune Title: ST. FINBAR
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Forward! be our Watchword

Author: H. Alford Hymnal: Concordia #220 (1918) Topics: Childhood and Youth Youth; Childhood Lyrics: 1 Forward! be our watch-word, Steps and voices join'd; Seek the things before us, Not a look behind. Burns the fiery pillar At our army's head; Who shall dream of shrinking, By our Captain led? Forward thro' the desert, Thro' the toil and fight! Jordan flows before us; Zion beams with light. 2 Forward, when in childhood Buds the infant mind; All thro' youth and man-hood, Not a tho't behind. Speed thro' realms of nature, Climb the steps of grace; Faint not, till in glory Gleams our Father’s face. Forward, all the lifetime, Climb from height to height, Till the head be hoary, Till the eve be light. 3 Glories upon glories Hath our God prepar'd, By the souls that love Him One day to be shar'd. Eye hath not beheld them, Ear hath never heard; Nor of these have utter'd Thought or speech a word. Forward, marching east-ward, Where the heav'n is bright, Till the veil be lifted, Till our faith be sight. Tune Title: WATCHWORD
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Christian children must be holy

Hymnal: Voices of Praise #57 (1883) Topics: Our Lord Jesus Christ His Childhood Lyrics: 1 Christian children must be holy, Serving God from day to day; Never is the time too early For a Christian to obey. 2 Jesus taught us in His childhood; Only eight short days He saw Ere He suffered circumcision And obeyed His Father's law. 3 He who is our great Example, Let no moment run to loss; Not one precious hour He wasted From the cradle to the Cross. 4 Soon He sorrowed, soon He suffered; We must meek and gentle be, Little pain and childish trial Ever bearing patiently 5 Soon He showed a Son's obedience; We must early learn to do Not our own will, but our Father's, And be found obedient too. Amen. Languages: English Tune Title: SPRINGHILL

¡Prepárate, un niño viene! (Let’s Get Ready, A Savior’s Coming!)

Author: Barbara García Hymnal: Mil Voces para Celebrar #77 (1996) Meter: Irregular Topics: Childhood; Childhood First Line: ¡Ya! ¡Prepárate, un niño viene! (Let’s get ready, a Savior’s coming!) Languages: Spanish; English Tune Title: NATIVITY

¡Prepárate, un niño viene! (Let’s Get Ready, A Savior’s Coming!)

Author: Barbara García Hymnal: Cáliz de Bendiciones #77 (1996) Meter: Irregular Topics: Childhood; Childhood First Line: ¡Ya! ¡Prepárate, un niño viene! (Let’s get ready, a Savior’s coming!) Languages: Spanish; English Tune Title: NATIVITY
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When His Salvation Bringing

Author: John King Hymnal: Concordia #200 (1918) Topics: Childhood and Youth Childhood First Line: When, His salvation bringing Lyrics: 1 When, His salvation bringing, To Zion Jesus came, The children all stood singing, Hosannas to His name; Nor did their zeal offend Him, But, as He rode along, He let them still attend Him, And smiled to hear their song. 2 And since the Lord retaineth His love for children still, Tho' now as King He reigneth On Zion's heav'nly hill, We'll flock around His banner, Who sits upon His throne, And cry aloud, "Hosanna To David's royal Son." 3 For should we fail proclaiming Our great Redeemer's praise, The stones, our silence shaming, Would their Hosannas raise. But shall we only render The tribute of our words? No; while our hearts are tender, They too shall be the Lord's. Tune Title: TOURS

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