I think he loves the little

When he was with us, our Savior said

Author: Gerald Massey
Published in 4 hymnals

Author: Gerald Massey

Massey, Gerald, was b. May 29, 1828, in the parish of Tring, Herts, was for some time on the staff of the London Atherneum, and frequently contributed to the Quarterly Review. He has published many volumes of poems. The following have been used as hymns:— 1. Jerusalem the golden! I languish for one gleam. [Heaven.] In the Sunday Magazine, May 1865, p. 7. In his Tale of Eternity, 1870, p. 235, it reads "I weary for." 2. Surrounded by unnumbered foes. [Christian Courage.] In his Tale of Eternity, 1870, p. 272. 3. There lives a voice within me. [God's Voice.] In his Ballad of Babe Christabel, 1854, p. 32, entitled "This world is full of beauty." Mr. Massey died at South Norwood, London, Oct. 29,1907.… Go to person page >

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First Line: When he was with us, our Savior said
Title: I think he loves the little
Author: Gerald Massey
Refrain First Line: And though there is room

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