Margarette Snodgrass Frazier
Late 19th Century

Snodgrass was writing hymns by 1878. As of November 1884, she was living in Lake Forest, Illinois, and had recently married a Pres­by­ter­i­an minister named Frazier.

  1. Bear Ye One Another’s Burdens
  2. Come, Ye Little Children
  3. Good Will to Men, the Angels Sang
  4. Ho, Christian, Be Thou Active
  5. How He Loves Us
  6. Jesus Christ Today Doth Call
  7. Jesus, Make Us Pure and Spotless
  8. Jesus, Thou Art Ever Lovely
  9. Joy There Is in Every Sorrow
  10. Joy to the Weary, Sorely Distressed
  11. Little Ones, Little Ones
  12. O, Ye Brave and Valiant Hearted
  13. O Be Careful, Ever Careful
  14. Seed Is Sown, The
  15. Sing, if You Love Your Savior
  16. Sing of Jesus Our Master
  17. Sing of Jesus Our Shepherd
  18. Sing, O Sing, Little Ones
  19. Songs of Gladness and Thanksgiving
  20. Suffer the Children to Come to Me
  21. There’s a Glorious Invitation
  22. This Is the Sweetest Story
  23. Though Our Pathway May Be Dreary
  24. Under the Shadow of Thy Wing
  25. We’re a Band of Children
  26. We’re All Little Soldiers in the Battle
  27. Why Am I Not a Christian?
  28. Would You Truly Follow Jesus?