Oh, be careful, little eyes, what you see

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Oh, be careful, little eyes, what you see,
Oh, be careful, little eyes, what you see.
There’s a Father up above looking down in tender love,
Oh, be careful, little eyes, what you see.
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Oh, be careful, little ears, what you hear,
Oh, be careful, little ears, what you hear.
There’s a Father up above looking down in tender love,
Oh, be careful, little ears, what you hear.
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Oh, be careful, little tongue, what you say,
Oh, be careful, little tongue, what you say.
There’s a Father up above looking down in tender love,
Oh, be careful, little tongue, what you say.
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Oh, be careful, little hands, what you do,
Oh, be careful, little hands, what you do.
There’s a Father up above looking down in tender love,
Oh, be careful, little hands, what you do.
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Oh, be careful, little feet, where you go,
Oh, be careful, little feet, where you go.
There’s a Father up above looking down in tender love,
Oh, be careful, little feet, where you go.
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Rick Mathis

Anaheim, California, United States

Great song for kids!

Remember singing it...

Reading Dallas Willard’s book Renovation of the Heart.

This ‘song’ applies to his thoughts on page172 regarding taking steps as a Christian to “place our body and it’s parts at the disposal of the redeeming power that God intends to live in them. ”

See Frances Ridley Havergal’s book:

Kept for the Master’s Use

Margaret MMagdalen A Spiritual Checkup


Oholiab

Amen