3659. Let Him In

1. There’s a stranger at the door,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in;
He has been there oft before,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.
Let Him in, ere He is gone;
Let Him in, the Holy One,
Jesus Christ the Father’s Son,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.

2. Open now to Him your heart,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in;
If you wait He will depart,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.
Let Him in, He is your friend;
He your soul will sure defend,
He will keep you to the end,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.

3. Hear you now His loving voice?
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in;
Now, oh, now make Him your choice,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.
He is standing at your door;
Joy to you He will restore,
And His name you will adore,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.

4. Now admit the heav’nly guest,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in;
He will make for you a feast,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.
He will speak your sins forgiv’n,
And when earth ties all are riv’n,
He will take you home to Heav’n,
Let the Savior in, O let the Savior in.

Text Information
First Line: There's a stranger at the door
Title: Let Him In
Author: Jonathan Burtch Atchinson (1885)
Language: English
Source: The Gospel Choir, by Ira D. Sankey (New York: Biglow & Main Company, 1885)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [There's a stranger at the door]
Composer: Edwin Othello Excell
Incipit: 34531 65565 34531
Key: Dâ™­ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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