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Just a little dewdrop brightens up the flowers

Just a little dewdrop brightens up the flowers

Author: Worthie Harris
Tune: [Just a little dewdrop brightens up the flower]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Just a little dewdrop brightens up the flow’r
Growing by the wayside or in shady bow’r;
Just one little songster, singing in the tree,
Makes the place around him ring with melody.

Refrain:
Just a little sunshine,
Drives our care away,
Makes the place around us happy all the day.

2 Just a little candle, shining in the dark,
Drives away the shadows with each tiny spark.
So each little effort, though ‘tis small and weak,
Will be bless’d of Jesus if His aid we seek— [Refrain]

3 Just one cup of water, given in His name;
Just a song of praises, just a little flame,
Shown to those about you in some word or deed,
To the great Light-giver will some other lead. [Refrain]

Source: Boundless Love: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings #11

Author: Worthie Harris

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Text Information

First Line: Just a little dewdrop brightens up the flowers
Author: Worthie Harris
Refrain First Line: Just a little sunshine

Timeline

Instances

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Boundless Love: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings #11TextAudioPage Scan
Epworth Songs. For use in the Epworth League #d81
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