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341. Have You Any Room for Jesus?

1 Have you any room for Jesus,
He who bore your load of sin?
As He knocks and asks admission,
Sinners, will you let Him in?

Chorus:
Room for Jesus, King of Glory!
Hasten now, His Word obey;
Swing the heart’s door widely open,
Bid Him enter while you may.

2 Room for pleasure, room for business,
But for Christ the Crucified,
Not a place that He can enter,
In the heart for which He died? (Chorus)

3 Have you any room for Jesus,
As in grace He calls again?
O, today is time accepted,
You will never call in vain. (Chorus)

4 Room and time now give to Jesus,
Soon will pass God’s day of grace;
Soon your heart left cold and silent,
And the Savior’s pleading cease. (Chorus)

Text Information
First Line: Have you any room for Jesus
Title: Have You Any Room for Jesus?
Adapter: Daniel W. Whittle
Refrain First Line: Room for Jesus, King of glory!
Publication Date: 1980
Scripture: ;
Topic: Admonition
Source: Unknown
Tune Information
Name: [Have you any room for Jesus]
Composer: C. C. Williams
Key: B♭ Major



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