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Jesus, who calledst little ones to thee

Jesus, who calledst little ones to thee

Author: C. C. Bell
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: C. C. Bell

Bell, Charles Christopher, the author of a few hymns in the Methodist Sunday School Hymn Book 1879, was born at Hickling, Notts, Dec. 10, 1845. Mr. Bell is a chemist by trade, and a member of the Church of England. His hymns are:— 1. Eternal Father, hear, we pray. Evening. 2. In thankful songs our hearts we lift. Thanksgiving. 3. Jesus, Who callest little ones to Thee. Early Piety. 4. O Thou, Whose love throughout this day. Evening. 5. Praise the Lord, for still He reigneth. Praise to Christ. Of these hymns Nos. 4 and 5 are marked "Unknown," in the Methodist Sunday School Hymn Book. Mr. Bell's compositions are worthy of more extensive use than is now accorded to them. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Jesus, who calledst little ones to thee
Author: C. C. Bell



Instances (1 - 3 of 3)
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A Hymnal and Service Book for Sunday Schools, Day Schools, Guilds, Brotherhoods, etc. #476

Plymouth Sunday-School Hymnal #d95

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The School Hymnal #164

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