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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

The open door

Down at the feet of my Lord, one day

Author: Florence S. Parkhurst
Tune: [Down at the feet of my Lord, one day]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Down at the feet of my Lord, one day,
Broken and bruised and sore,
A captive to sin and in deep dismay,
I cried at His open door.

Chorus:
O would you know of this Open Door,
O would you enter, too?
Look then to Jesus and sin no more;
The ransom was paid for you.

2 Too weary to enter, too worn to pray,
I could but lift my eyes
And look in His face as I heard Him say,
“Rejoice! I have paid the price.” [Chorus]

3 “Look at my side, see my hands and feet,
My blood from these wounds has flowed;”
‘Twas love paid the price, paid the price complete,
‘Tis love brings you back to God. [Chorus]


Source: Rodeheaver's Gospel Solos and Duets #31

Author: Florence S. Parkhurst

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Text Information

First Line: Down at the feet of my Lord, one day
Title: The open door
Author: Florence S. Parkhurst
Refrain First Line: O would you know of this open door

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Diamonds #d40

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Rodeheaver's Gospel Solos and Duets #31

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Songs for Service #53

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