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A little child can serve Jesus

A little child can brightly shine

Author: J. M. Hunter
Tune: [A little child can brightly shine]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 A little child can brightly shine,
For Christ, the children’s Friend;
And learn while young, by faith divine,
On Jesus to depend.

Refrain:
Dear children, think of Jesus’ love,
Come, give your hearts to Him;
Walk in the path that leads above,
Let not your light grow dim.

2 A little child can do some deed,
Of kindness every day;
And thus be sowing precious seed,
To bloom beside the way. [Refrain]

3 A little child, our Saviour came,
And lived upon the earth;
To save us from our sin and shame,
And teach the heav’nly birth. [Refrain]

4 A little child – the Bible reads,
“Is by his doings known;”
Each little life the Saviour needs,
O, come and be His own. [Refrain]

Source: Hymns We Love, for Sunday Schools and All Devotional Meetings #197

Author: J. M. Hunter

Early 20th Century Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: A little child can brightly shine
Title: A little child can serve Jesus
Author: J. M. Hunter
Refrain First Line: Dear children, think of Jesus' love
Copyright: Public Domain

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Hymns We Love, for Sunday Schools and All Devotional Meetings #197

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