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Little Things

Little feet were made to walk, Blessed Lord, for Thee

Author: John O. Foster
Tune: [Little feet were made to walk]
Published in 6 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Little feet were made to walk,
Blessed Lord, for Thee;
Little tongues were made to talk,
Little eyes to see.

Refrain:
Hear my little song today,
Hear me, Jesus, while I pray;
Jesus, take my little heart,
Make it good and true;
Tell me how to do my part,
Just as I should do.

2 Little hearts were made to beat,
Long as we shall live;
Little voices, soft and sweet,
Little songs to give. [Refrain]

3 Jesus, take my little heart,
Make it good and true;
Teach me something good today
I may understand. [Refrain]

Source: Timeless Truths #2

Author: John O. Foster

19th Century Currently, our only data on Foster is that he was a minister. --www.hymntime.com/tch/ Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Little feet were made to walk, Blessed Lord, for Thee
Title: Little Things
Author: John O. Foster
Meter: 7.5.7.5.7.7.7.5.7.5
Refrain First Line: Hear my little song today

Timeline

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Timeless Truths #2

Include 5 pre-1979 instances
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