This little light of mine lyrics

This Little Light Of Mine Lyrics:

This little light of mine
I’m going to let it shine
Oh, this little light of mine
I’m going to let it shine

This little light of mine
I’m going to let it shine
Let it shine, all the time, let it shine

All around the neighborhood
I’m going to let it shine
All around the neighborhood
I’m going to let it shine
All around the neighborhood

I’m going to let it shine
Let it shine, all the time, let it shine.
Hide it under a bushel? No!
I’m going to let it shine

Hide it under a bushel? No!
I’m going to let it shine
Hide it under a bushel? No!
I’m going to let it shine
Let it shine, all the time, let it shine.

Don’t let Satan [blow] it out!
I’m going to let it shine
Don’t let Satan [blow] it out!
I’m going to let it shine
Don’t let Satan [blow] it out!
I’m going to let it shine
Let it shine, all the time, let it shine

This Little Light of Mine

“This little Light of Mine lyrics” is a beautiful rhyme for kids telling the story of a girl who one day is taking her lamb to school. There are some theories that the poem or part of it would be writen by a young jonh Roulstone who was visiting the school

A classic children’s hymn! This beloved hymn was written by Harry Dixon Loes in the early 20th century. Its lyrics are simple for kids to easily remember and recite, with “light of mine” having a powerful meaning of the love and truth of Jesus Christ. This hymn is a wonderful way to introduce and teach young ones about faith and confidence in Jesus! Watch video performances of this delightful hymn below.

The Story Behind This Little Light of Mine

Harold Dixon Loes, the American gospel songwriter, took the middle name Dixon in honor of A. C. Dixon, the pastor of Moody Church at the time. Harry Dixon Loes studied music at Moody Bible Institute. After comprehensive training in music, he served a variety of churches as a ministry of music. From 1939 until his retirement he was a member of the music faculty of Moody Bible Institute. He penned the lyrics for 1,500 gospel songs, and composed 3,000 tunes.

 

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