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Let Jesus Come into Your Heart

Author: Leila N. Morris Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #55 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: If you are tired of the load of your sin Refrain First Line: Just now, your doubtings give o'er Lyrics: 1 If you are tired of the load of your sin, Let Jesus come into your heart; If you desire a new life to begin, Let Jesus come into your heart. Chorus: Just now, your doubtings give o'er; Just now, reject Him no more; Just now, throw open the door; Let Jesus come into your heart. 2 If 'tis for purity now that you sigh, Let Jesus come into your heart; Fountains for cleansing are flowing nearby, Let Jesus come into your heart. (Chorus) 3 If there's a tempest your voice cannot still, Let Jesus come into your heart; If there's a void this world never can fill, Let Jesus come into your heart. (Chorus) 4 If you would join the glad songs of the blest, Let Jesus come into your heart; If you would enter the mansions of rest, Let Jesus come into your heart. (Chorus) Tune Title: [If you are tired of the load of your sin]
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Why Do You Wait?

Author: George F. Root Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #61 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: Why do you wait, dear brother Refrain First Line: Why not? why not? Lyrics: 1 Why do you wait, dear brother, Oh, why do you tarry so long? Your Savior is waiting to give you A place in His sanctified throng. Chorus: Why not? why not? Why not come to Him now? Why not? why not? Why not come to Him now? 2 What do you hope, dear brother, To gain by a further delay? There’s no one to save you but Jesus, There’s no other way but His way. (Chorus) 3 Do you not feel, dear brother, His Spirit now striving within? Oh, why not accept His salvation, And throw off your burden of sin? (Chorus) 4 Why do your wait, dear brother? The harvest is passing away; Your Savior is longing to bless you, There are danger and death in delay. (Chorus) Tune Title: [Why do you wait, dear brother]
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Let Him In

Author: Jonathan B. Atchinson Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #68 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: There's a Stranger at the door Lyrics: 1 There’s a Stranger at the door, Let Him in; He has been there oft before, Let Him in; Let Him in, ere He is gone, Let Him in, the Holy One, Jesus Christ, the Father’s Son, Let Him in. 2 Open now to Him your heart, Let Him in; If you wait He will depart, Let Him in; Let Him in, He is your Friend; He your soul will sure defend, He will keep you to the end, Let Him in. 3 Hear you now His loving voice? Let Him in; Now, oh, now make Him your choice, Let Him in; He is standing at your door, Joy to you He will restore, And His Name you will adore, Let Him in. 4 Now admit the heav’nly Guest, Let Him in; He will make for you a feast, Let Him 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 Him in. Tune Title: [There's a Stranger at the door]
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You May Have the Joy-bells

Author: J. Edward Ruark Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #69 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: You may have the joy-bells ringing in your heart Refrain First Line: Joy-bells ringing in your heart Lyrics: 1 You may have the joy-bells ringing in your heart, And a peace that from you never will depart; Walk the straight and narrow way, Live for Jesus ev'ry day, He will keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart. Chorus: Joy-bells ringing in your heart, Joy-bells ringing in your heart; Take the Savior here below With you ev'rywhere you go; He will keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart. 2 Love of Jesus in its fullness you may know, And this love to those around you sweetly show; Words of kindness always say, Deeds of mercy do each day, Then He’ll keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart. (Chorus) 3 You will meet with trials as you journey home; Grace sufficient He will give to overcome; Tho' unseen by mortal eye, He is with you ever nigh, And He’ll keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart. (Chorus) 4 Let your life speak well of Jesus ev'ry day; Own His right to ev'ry service you can pay; Sinners you can help to win If your life is pure and clean, And you keep the joy-bells ringing in your heart. (Chorus) Tune Title: [You may have the joy-bells ringing in your heart]
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Turn Your Eyes upon Jesus

Author: Helen H. Lemmel Hymnal: Hymns of Faith #87 (1980) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: O soul, are you weary and troubled? Lyrics: 1 O soul, are you weary and troubled? No light in the darkness you see? There’s light for a look at the Savior, And life more abundant and free! Chorus: Turn your eyes upon Jesus, Look full in His wonderful face; And the things of earth will grow strangely dim In the light of His glory and grace. 2 Through death into life everlasting He passed, and we follow Him there; Over us sin no more hath dominion– For more than conqu'rors we are! [Chorus] 3 His Word shall not fail you– He promised; Believe Him and all will be well: Then go to a world that is dying, His perfect salvation to tell! [Chorus] Scripture: Psalm 27:1 Tune Title: [O soul, are you weary and troubled?]
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Leave It There

Author: C. Albert Tindley Hymnal: Hymns of Faith #94 (1980) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: If the world from you withhold of its silver and its gold Refrain First Line: Leave it there, leave it there Lyrics: 1 If the world from you withhold of its silver and its gold, And you have to get along with meager fare, Just remember, in His Word, how He feeds the little bird-- Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there. Chorus: Leave it there, (Leave it there,) Leave it there, Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there; If you trust and never doubt, He will surely bring you out– Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there. 2 If your body suffers pain and your health you can’t regain, And your soul is almost sinking in despair, Jesus knows the pain you feel, he can save and he can heal– Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there. (Chorus) 3 When your enemies assail and your heart begins to fail, Don’t forget that God in heaven answers prayer; He will make a way for you and will lead you safely thro'– Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there. (Chorus) 4 When your youthful days are done, and old age is stealing on, And your body bends beneath the weight of care, He will never leave you then, He’ll go with you to the end– Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there. (Chorus) Scripture: Psalm 34:17 Tune Title: [If the world from you withhold of its silver and its gold]
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Did You Think to Pray?

Author: Mary Ann Kidder Hymnal: Hymns of Faith #97 (1980) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: Ere you left your room this morning Refrain First Line: Oh, how praying rests the weary! Lyrics: 1 Ere you left your room this morning, Did you think to pray? In the name of Christ our Savior, Did you sue for loving favor, As a shield today? Chorus: Oh, how praying rests the weary! Prayer will change the night to day; So in sorrow and in gladness, Don’t forget to pray. 2 When you met with great temptation, Did you think to pray? By His dying love and merit, Did you claim the Holy Spirit As your guide and stay? (Chorus) 3 When your heart was filled with anger, Did you think to pray? Did you plead for grace, my brother, That you might forgive another Who had crossed your way? (Chorus) 4 When sore trials came upon you, Did you think to pray? When your soul was bowed in sorrow, Balm of Gilead did you borrow At the gates of day? (Chorus) Scripture: Psalm 5:3 Tune Title: [Ere you left your room this morning]
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I Am Praying for You

Author: S. O'Malley Cluff Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #109 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: I have a Savior, He's pleading in glory Refrain First Line: For you I am praying Lyrics: 1 I have a Savior, He’s pleading in glory, A dear, loving Savior, tho' earth-friends be few; And now He is watching in tenderness o’er me, But oh, that my Savior were your Savior, too! Chorus: For you I am praying, For you I am praying, For you I am praying, I’m praying for you. 2 I have a Father; to me He has given A hope for eternity, blessed and true; And soon He will call me to meet Him in heaven, But oh, that He’d let me bring you with me, too! (Chorus) 3 I have a robe; 'tis resplendent in whiteness, Awaiting in glory my wondering view; Oh, when I receive it all shining in brightness, Dear friend, could I see you receiving one, too! (Chorus) 4 When Jesus has found you, tell others the story, That my loving Savior is your Savior, too; Then pray that your Savior will bring them to glory, And prayer will be answered--'twas answered for you! (Chorus) Tune Title: [I have a Savior, He's pleading in glory]
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Did You Think to Pray?

Author: Mrs. M. A. Kidder Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #119 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: Ere you left your room this morning Refrain First Line: Oh, how praying rests the weary! Lyrics: 1 Ere you left your room this morning, Did you think to pray? In the name of Christ our Savior, Did you sue for loving favor, As a shield today? Chorus: Oh, how praying rests the weary! Prayer will change the night to day; So in sorrow and in gladness, Don’t forget to pray. 2 When you met with great temptation, Did you think to pray? By His dying love and merit, Did you claim the Holy Spirit As your guide and stay? (Chorus) 3 When your heart was filled with anger, Did you think to pray? Did you plead for grace, my brother, That you might forgive another Who had crossed your way? (Chorus) 4 When sore trials came upon you, Did you think to pray? When your soul was bowed in sorrow, Balm of Gilead did you borrow At the gates of day? (Chorus) Tune Title: [Ere you left your room this morning]
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Work, for the Night Is Coming

Author: Anna L. Walker Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #120 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition Lyrics: 1 Work, for the night is coming, Work thro' the morning hours; Work while the dew is sparkling; Work, 'mid springing flow'rs. Work, when the day grows brighter, Work in the glowing sun; Work, for the night is coming, When man's work is done. 2 Work for the night is coming, Work thro' the sunny noon; Fill brightest hours with labor, Rest comes sure and soon. Give ev'ry flying minute Something to keep in store; Work, for the night is coming, When man works no more. 3 Work for the night is coming, Under the sunset skies; While their bright tints are glowing, Work, for daylight flies. Work till the last beam fadeth, Fadeth to shine no more; Work, while the night is dark'ning, When man's work is o'er. Tune Title: [Work, for the night is coming]

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