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8943. Two Little Hands

1 I’ve two little hands to work for Jesus,
One little tongue His praise to tell,
Two little ears to hear His counsel,
One little voice a song to swell.

Refrain:
Lord, we come, Lord, we come,
In our childhood’s early morning;
Lord, we come, Lord, we come,
Come to learn of Thee.

2 I’ve two little feet to tread the pathway,
Up to the heav’nly courts above;
Two little eyes to read the Bible,
Telling of Jesus’ wondrous love. [Refrain]

3 I’ve one little heart to give to Jesus,
One little soul for Him to save,
One little life for His dear service,
One little self that He must have. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: I’ve two little hands to work for Jesus
Title: Two Little Hands
Author: William Augustine Ogden (1878)
Refrain First Line: Lord, we come, Lord, we come
Language: English
Source: Primary Songs by Marguerite Cook (Chicago: David C. Cook, 1878)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [I’ve two little hands to work for Jesus]
Composer: William Augustine Ogden
Key: D Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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