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I want to keep my record book

Tune: [I want to keep my record book] (Conant)
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 I want to keep my record book,
And pay my tithing, too,
For this is how I learn to be
A steward wise and true.

2 It's one way I can show the Lord
I want to do my part
To learn his laws and then obey
With willing happy heart.

Source: Children's Hymnal #134

Text Information

First Line: I want to keep my record book
Title: Stewardship
Source: Grandview Missouri, Junior Class, 1940, Gracia Holman, Teacher, altered
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain


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Children's Hymnal #134

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