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Open your heart to Jesus, He's calling

Open your heart to Jesus, He's calling

Author: A. A. Armen
Tune: [Open your heart to Jesus] (Armen)
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 Open your heart to Jesus,
He’s calling, “Come home today;”
You will but wander farther
The longer you stay away.

Open your heart to Jesus;
Oh, give him a welcome there;
Open your heart to Jesus,
And richest of treasures share.

2 Open your heart to Jesus,
Op, open it now and wide;
Jesus is ever ready
To enter and there abide. [Refrain]

3 Open your heart to Jesus,
From wells of salvation drink;
Mercy’s to you extended,
Tho’ standing on ruin’s brink. [Refrain]

4 Open your heart to Jesus,
He’s waiting with open hand;
Fly for your life to Jesus,
The “Rock in a weary land.” [Refrain]

Source: Joyful Sound: a collection of new hymns and music with familiar selections #125

Author: A. A. Armen

Born: November 16, 1854, Maine. Buried: Hartsville College Cemetery, Hartsville, Indiana. Pseudonym: Asa Arme He was a minister.  Go to person page >

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First Line: Open your heart to Jesus, He's calling
Author: A. A. Armen


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