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Rise, and Let Him in!

Do you hear the Savior’s voice calling, calling you tonight

Author: R. E. McNeill
Tune: [Do you hear the Savior’s voice calling, calling you tonight]
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1 Do you hear the Savior’s voice calling, calling you tonight?
Rise, and let Him in;
And that voice so soft and sweet, bids you come into the light;
Rise, and let Him in.

Refrain:
Rise, brother, rise, brother,
Rise, and let the Savior come in;
He is calling, calling now, do you hear His loving voice?
Rise, and let Him in.

2 Oh! such wondrous, wondrous love, He has died for you and me;
Rise, and let Him in;
He is pleading, pleading now, hear the voice ‘tis calling thee;
Rise, and let Him in. [Refrain]

3 He is knocking, knocking still, asks admission to your heart;
Rise, and let Him in;
Don’t reject the tender call, do not say to Him, depart;
Rise, and let Him in. [Refrain]

4 Soon the days of grace are o’er, soon before Him we shall stand;
Rise, and let Him in;
Angel voices calling now welcome to the heav’nly land;
Rise, and let Him in. [Refrain]

Source: The Finest of the Wheat No. 2 #11

Author: R. E. McNeill

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Text Information

First Line: Do you hear the Savior’s voice calling, calling you tonight
Title: Rise, and Let Him in!
Author: R. E. McNeill
Refrain First Line: Rise, brother, rise, brother
Publication Date: 1894
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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The Finest of the Wheat No. 2 #11

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