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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 heat. 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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Have You Any Room for Jesus

Author: Daniel W. Whittle Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #174 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition Refrain First Line: Room for Jesus, King of glory! Lyrics: 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, Tomorrow you may call in vain. (Chorus) 4 Room and time now give to Jesus, Soon will pass God’s day of grace; Soon thy heart left cold and silent, And thy Savior’s pleading cease. (Chorus) Tune Title: [Have you any room for Jesus]
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Help Somebody Today

Author: Carrie E. Breck Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #196 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: Look all around you, find someone in need Lyrics: 1 Look all around you, find someone in need, Help somebody today! Tho' it be little--a neighborly deed-- Help somebody today! Chorus: Help somebody today, Somebody along life’s way; Let sorrow be ended, the friendless befriended, Oh, help somebody today! 2 Many are waiting a kind, loving word, Help somebody today! Thou hast a message, O let it be heard, Help somebody today! (Chorus) 3 Many have burdens too heavy to bear, Help somebody today! Grief is the portion of some ev'rywhere, Help somebody today! (Chorus) 4 Some are discouraged and weary in heart, Help somebody today! Someone the journey to heaven should start, Help somebody today! (Chorus) Tune Title: [Look all around you, find someone in need]
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You May Have the Joybells

Author: J. Edward Ruark Hymnal: Hymns of Faith #306 (1980) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: You may have the joybells ringing in your heart Refrain First Line: Joybells 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 every 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 everywhere 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 every day; Own His right to every 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) Scripture: Isaiah 64:4 Tune Title: [You may have the joybells ringing in your heart]
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Why Do You Wait?

Author: George F. Root Hymnal: Hymns of Faith #331 (1980) 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) Scripture: Genesis 6:3 Tune Title: [Why do you wait, dear brother]
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Yield Not to Temptation

Author: Horatio R. Palmer Hymnal: Favorite Hymns of Praise #333 (1967) Topics: Admonition; Admonition Refrain First Line: Ask the Savior to help you Lyrics: 1 Yield not to temptation, For yielding is sin, Each vict’ry will help you Some other to win; Fight manfully onward, Dark passions subdue, Look ever to Jesus, He will carry you through. Chorus: Ask the Savior to help you, Comfort, strengthen, and keep you, He is willing to aid you, He will carry you through. 2 Shun evil companions, Bad language disdain, God’s name hold in rev’rence, Nor take it in vain; Be thoughtful and earnest, Kindhearted and true, Look ever to Jesus, He will carry you through. (Chorus) 3 To him that o’ercometh God giveth a crown, Thro' faith we will conquer, Though often cast down; He, who is our Savior, Our strength will renew, Look ever to Jesus, He will carry you through. (Chorus) Tune Title: [Yield not to temptation]
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Have You Any Room for Jesus?

Author: Daniel W. Whittle Hymnal: Hymns of Faith #341 (1980) Topics: Admonition; Admonition First Line: Have you any room for Jesus Refrain First Line: Room for Jesus, King of glory! Lyrics: 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) Scripture: 2 Corinthians 6:2 Tune Title: [Have you any room for Jesus]

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