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Idle hands can win no blessing

Sitting idly, sweetly dreaming

Author: Anna D. Bradley
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Anna D. Bradley

Anna D. Bradley made many contributions to the Christian Standard, memorably a tribute to her mother that resonates with all daughters. --from Christian Church Women: Shapers of a Movement Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Sitting idly, sweetly dreaming
Title: Idle hands can win no blessing
Author: Anna D. Bradley
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