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There's a stranger at the door, let him in

Author: Rev. J. B. Atchinson Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #14 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation
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Ye must be born again

Author: W. T. Sleeper Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #23 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: A ruler once came to Jesus by night
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Eternity! eternity!

Author: Mrs. Ellen M. H. Gates Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #24 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: Oh, the clanging bells of Time!
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How long will you keep Jesus waiting?

Author: Julia H. Johnston Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #26 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: To-day the Redeemer is calling
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Where is thy soul?

Author: Martha J. Lankton Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #35 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: Oft hast thou heard a voice that said
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Let me in, let me in

Author: Mrs. R. N. Turner Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #44 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: Who is this that waiteth
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Jesus is looking, Jesus is calling

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #56 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: Out on the desert, looking, looking
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When the King comes in

Author: J. E. Landor Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #59 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: Called to the feast by the King are we
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Then we'll watch for the Bridegroom

Author: James Nicholson Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #65 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: Our Jesus says that he will come
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O can we say we are ready, brother

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: The Sacred Trio #84 (1892) Topics: Awakening and Exhortation First Line: When Jesus comes to reward his servants

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