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Jesus Is Calling

Author: J. M. H. Hymnal: The Best of All #216 (1910) First Line: The Savior now is standing at the door Refrain First Line: Jesus is calling, is calling Lyrics: 1 The Savior now is standing at the door, He seeks to enter in, And if you’ll heed His loving call today, He’ll save you from all sin. Refrain: Jesus is calling, is calling, is calling, Jesus is calling, Open your heart’s door wide and let Him in. 2 Though long He’s stood and tarried there in vain, In love He waits today, O hear His precious gentle voice that calls, And turn Him not away. [Refrain] 3 Just now admit this glorious heav’nly guest, Why longer cling to sin? Eternal life and joy He waits to give, To those who let Him in. [Refrain] 4 O do not grieve Him longer by delay, The door swing open wide, Invite Him now to quickly enter in, Forever to abide. [Refrain] Tune Title: [The Savior now is standing at the door]
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Jesus is Calling

Author: J. M. H. Hymnal: Revival Melodies #120 (1921) First Line: The Saviour now is standing at the door Refrain First Line: Jesus is calling, is calling, is calling Languages: English Tune Title: [The Saviour now is standing at the door]
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Jesus is calling, is calling

Author: J. M. Harris Hymnal: Songs of Mounting Up No. 2 #128 (1915) First Line: The Savior now is standing at the door

Jesus is calling

Author: J. M. Harris Hymnal: Songs of Devotion and Praise #d159 (1919) First Line: The Savior now is standing at the door Refrain First Line: Jesus is calling, is calling

Jesus is calling

Author: J. M. Harris Hymnal: Glorious Gospel Hymns #d533 (1931) First Line: The Savior now is standing at the door Refrain First Line: Jesus is calling, is calling

Jesus is calling

Author: J. M. Harris Hymnal: Praise and Worship #474 (1978) First Line: The Savior now is standing at the door

Jesus is calling

Author: J. M. Harris Hymnal: Praise and Worship #474 (1951) First Line: The Savior now is standing at the door Languages: English

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