1 O come, little children, O come, one and all,
O come to the manger in Bethlehem’s stall
And see what the Father in heaven so true
Has done to prepare a bright Christmas for you.
2 Behold, in the manger, that strange little bed,
A Child, sweet and gentle, is resting His head,
A Babe, clad in garments so pure and so white,
And fairer by far than the angels of light.
3 On hay and on straw in the manger He lies;
Both Mary and Joseph, with fond, loving eyes,
Are gazing upon Him, and shepherds draw near,
And jubilant angels from heaven appear.
4 O kneel with the shepherds in worshipful prayer
And join the dear angels who also are there;
Sing glory to God in the heavens above,
And thank Him for Jesus, the gift of His love.
5 O dearest, O sweetest, O wonderful Child,
So pure and so holy, so good and so mild;
For us poor and weak in the manger hast lain,
And also for us like a lamb Thou wast slain.
6 Receive then our hearts, which we offer to Thee,
And keep them from sin and from wickedness free;
O render them holy and blessed like Thine,
Thou Son of the Highest, Thou Infant divine.
Source: American Lutheran Hymnal #615
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|Ambassador Hymnal: for Lutheran worship #334||O Come, Little Children||O come, little children, O come, one and all||IHR KINDERLEIN, KOMMET||Christian V. Scmid, 1768-1854; Anonymous||11 11 11 11||1994||Children's Hymns | ; Christmas ||
|Christmas Favorites #9||O come, little children, O come one and all||O come, little children, O come one and all||[O come, little children, O come one and all]||2000|
|Small Church Music #1648||Schultz||Oh come, little children, Oh come||SCHULTZ||J. A. P. Schulz||188.8.131.52.D|
|The Christian Life Hymnal #103||O come, little children, O come, one and all||O come, little children, O come, one and all||O Come, Little Children||2006|