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We will sing you a beautiful story

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1 We will sing you a beautiful story,
In sweet Bible words it is told,
Of Jesus, the merciful Shepherd,
Who welcomes the lambs to his fold.

He shall feed his flock like a Shepherd,
And gather the lambs with his arm;
He shall carry them in his bosom,
And tenderly shield them from harm.

2 O Jesus, our merciful Shepherd,
We hear thy soft calling today;
Lead us in thy fair, blooming pasture,
And keep us from wand'ring away. [Refrain]

3 We will drink of the clear, springing fountains,
And rest in the arms of his love,
Til Jesus, dear Saviour, shall guide us
To evergreen pastures above. [Refrain]

Source: Junior Songs: a collection of sacred hymns and songs; for use in meetings of junior societies, Sunday Schools, etc. #101

Author: Elizabeth Stillwell

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Text Information

First Line: We will sing you a beautiful story
Author: Elizabeth Stillwell
Refrain First Line: He shall feed his flock
Copyright: Public Domain



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