Let us bring our offerings

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1 Let us bring our off'rings
To the Lord today;
Let us lay them gladly at His feet.
He has led and kept us
All along our way,
And His love is most divinely sweet.

O how great our mercies from above!
O how wondrous is our Saviour's love!
Let us haste to greet Him joyfully to bring,
Gifts of love and service to the King!

2 Let us bring our off'rings
To the Lord today!
Oh how great our blessings from above!
E'en the humblest gift
He will not cast away,
If 'tis giv'n in cheerfulness and love! [Chorus]

3 There are none so humble,
There are none so small,
But can join the army of the King;
Let us hasten gladly
To the Lord of all
Deeds of love and gratefulness to bring! [Chorus]

Source: Light in the Valley: a new work of great merit for the Sunday school, revivals, Christian Endeavor, Epworth League, young people's society, and all forward movement along the line of battle... #200

Author: Alice Jean Cleator

Alice Jean Cleator, 1871-1926 Born: Cir­ca 1871, An­dre­as, Isle of Man, Eng­land. Died: Cir­ca April 27, 1926, Cleve­land, Ohio. Cleator’s family ev­i­dent­ly em­igrat­ed to Amer­i­ca in the 1870’s. She was liv­ing in Clar­idon, Ohio, in 1880, & Geau­ga Coun­ty, Ohio, in 1900, 1910, & 1920. She taught school in New York Ci­ty, re­tir­ing some time be­fore 1915. --hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

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First Line: Let us bring our offerings
Author: Alice Jean Cleator
Refrain First Line: O how great our mercies from above
Copyright: Public Domain


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