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With humble heart and tongue, my God

Author: John Fawcett Hymnal: GH1858 #d405 (1858) Person Name: John Fawcett

Let children to their God draw near

Author: John George Fleet Hymnal: GH1858 #d162 (1858) Person Name: John George Fleet

How beautiful the setting sun

Author: Eliza Lee Follen Hymnal: GH1858 #d110 (1858) Person Name: Eliza Lee Follen

Will God, who made the earth and sea

Author: Eliza Lee Follen Hymnal: GH1858 #d404 (1858) Person Name: Eliza Lee Follen

How vain is all beneath the skies [sky]

Author: David E. Ford Hymnal: GH1858 #d128 (1858) Person Name: David E. Ford

Mary at the cross

Author: William Johnson Fox Hymnal: GH1858 #d158 (1858) Person Name: William Johnson Fox First Line: Jews were wrought to cruel madness

Beautiful City

Author: George Gill Hymnal: GH1858 #d32 (1858) Person Name: George Gill First Line: Beautiful Zion, built above; Beautiful city that I love

Praise ye Jehovah's name

Author: William Goode Hymnal: GH1858 #d260 (1858) Person Name: William Goode

Suppliant, lo, thy children bend

Author: Thomas Gray Hymnal: GH1858 #d291 (1858) Person Name: Thomas Gray

Children Coming to God

Author: Thomas Gray Hymnal: GH1858 #d363 (1858) Person Name: Thomas Gray First Line: We come in childhood's innocence

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