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Suffer the Children to Come Unto Me

Author: Anon. Hymnal: Great Revival Hymns #25 (1911) First Line: There is no sweeter story told Refrain First Line: “Suffer the children to come unto Me,” Lyrics: 1 There is no sweeter story told In all the blessed Book Than how the Lord within His arms The little children took. Refrain: “Suffer the children to come unto Me,” Jesus still speaks it, O parents, to thee; “Do not forbid them from coming,” said: He— “Of such is the kingdom of heav’n.” 2 We love Him for the tender touch That made the leper whole; And for the wondrous words that healed The tired, sin-sick soul. [Refrain] 3 But, closer to His loving self Our human hearts are brought, When for the little children’s sake, Love’s sweetest spell is wrought. [Refrain] 4 For their young eyes His sorr’wing face A smile of gladness wore; A smile that for His little ones, It weareth evermore. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [There is no sweeter story told]
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Forbid Them Not

Hymnal: Gospel Echoes #17 (1877) First Line: There is no sweeter story told Languages: English Tune Title: [There is no sweeter story told]
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There is no sweeter story told

Author: Mary B. Sleight Hymnal: Singing on the Way #122 (1882)
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There is no sweeter story told

Author: Mary B. Sleight Hymnal: The Epworth Hymnal No. 2 #228 (1891)

Forbid them not, O blessed Christ

Hymnal: Echoes of Praise #d147 (1883) First Line: There is no sweeter story told in all Languages: English

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