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Do not delay, turn not away

Author: F. D. Story Hymnal: Favorite Gospel Hymns #d26 (1917) Hymnal Title: Favorite Gospel Hymns First Line: The door of hope stands open wide
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The Door of Hope

Author: Rev. F. D. Story Hymnal: The Kingdom of Praise #13 (1920) Hymnal Title: The Kingdom of Praise First Line: The door of hope stands open wide Refrain First Line: Do not delay, turn not away Lyrics: 1 The door of hope stands open wide, Its keeper is the Crucified, His wounded hands and feet and side Invite the wand’rer home. Refrain: Do not delay, Turn not away, The Spirit leads and Jesus pleads, O come, come today. Do not delay, Turn not away, The Spirit leads and Jesus pleads, O come, come today. 2 O will you now the call obey, And enter in without delay, No longer from the Saviour stray, O weary wand’rer, come. [Refrain] 3 Then do not linger at the gate, Nor longer tempt the sinner’s fate, Tomorrow it may be too late, O weary wand’rer, come. [Refrain] Tune Title: [The door of hope stands open wide]

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