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Open Your Hearts

Open your hearts, all you who hear this

Translator: Carolyn Fritsch
Tune: YISRAEL V'ORAITA
Published in 3 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Open your hearts, all you who hear this,
open your hearts to know God's love,
open your hearts to hear his message:
Jesus makes us one.

Refrain:
Praise the Lord, for he has loved us, alleluia,
and his love is come to free us. Alleluia!

2 We have come to greet the Savior,
we have come to worship him,
we have come to sing God's praises;
worthy is his name. [Refrain]

3 Jesus is here; we bow before him,
Jesus is here within this place.
Jesus is here among his people,
children of his grace. [Refrain]

Source: Worship and Rejoice #124

Translator: Carolyn Fritsch

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Worship and Rejoice #124

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Sing With Me #175

The Covenant Hymnal #336

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Worship and Rejoice #124

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