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Where no fruit appears to cheer them

Where no fruit appears to cheer them

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1 In the vineyard of our Father,
Daily work we find to do;
Scatter'd gleanings we may gather,
Though we are but young and few;
Little clusters, Little clusters,
Help to fill the garners too.

2 Toiling early in the morning.
Catching moments thro' the day,
Nothing small or lowly scorning
While we work, and watch, and pray
Gath'ring gladly Gath'ring gladly
Free-will off'rings by the way.

Source: Christ in Song: for all religious services nearly one thousand best gospel hymns, new and old with responsive scripture readings (Rev. and Enl.) #699

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Christ in Song #699

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