O Be Careful, Little Eyes

One of the downsides to our technological age is the easy accessibility of explicit material through movies, music, television and the Internet.  As such, one is never too old to heed the truths contained in this timeless children’s song:

O Be Careful, Little Eyes

O be careful little eyes what you see

O be careful little eyes what you see
There’s a Father up above
And He’s looking down in love
So, be careful little eyes what you see

O be careful little ears what you hear
O be careful little ears what you hear
There’s a Father up above
And He’s looking down in love
So, be careful little ears what you hear

O be careful little hands what you do
O be careful little hands what you do
There’s a Father up above
And He’s looking down in love
So, be careful little hands what you do

O be careful little feet where you go
O be careful little feet where you go
There’s a Father up above
And He’s looking down in love
So, be careful little feet where you go

O be careful little mouth what you say
O be careful little mouth what you say
There’s a Father up above
And He’s looking down in love
So, be careful little mouth what you say

Prayer: Father, teach us to abhor that which is evil and cleave to that which is good.  May our walk be undefiled, whether in public or in the privacy of our homes.  Cleanse us of any wrongdoing, and let our lives be pure and acceptable to You.  In Your name, Jesus, amen.

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21 thoughts on “O Be Careful, Little Eyes

  1. Jessie Williamson

    We used to sing this when my boys were little…brings back memories!! So important for all of us. Jessie W.

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Stephen Nielsen

    Yes there is so much truth in that song. The Father is watching everything we do and see. Prov. 15 :13 says, “The eyes of the Lord are in every place, keeping watch on the evil and on the good.” And Jer. 23:24 says, ” Can anyone hide in secret places so that I cannot see him…do not I fill heaven and earth?” If we are always aware that God is watching, that will make a big difference in what we chose to look at.

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  3. Toni Sprandel

    I love this song! It is one of the first ones I learned. I came to know the LORD at 36 and used childrens tapes to help learn scripture! This was on a Hide them in Your Heart cassette! Thank you for sharing it! 🙂

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