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There is a pardon with the Savior

There is a pardon with the Savior

Author: Julia E. Andersen
Tune: [I am on a shining pathway]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 There is pardon with the Saviour,
He’ll cleanse you from your sin,
If you’ll only love and trust Him,
He will make you pure within.
He is standing at the door,
And He asks to enter there.
Oh! delay not but accept Him,
He’ll all your sorrow share.

2 Oh, He is the Rose of Sharon,
The fairest of the fair;
He is King of many mansions,
He’s prepared for you up there.
If you’ll only let Him in,
And on Him your burden cast,
You’ll receive a crown up yonder,
And reign with Him at last.

3 Christ your Saviour asks admission,
Then let Him in today,
He is waiting now to pardon,
Oh, then do not say Him nay.
He is knocking at your door,
He is waiting patiently,
Let Him in—the blessed Saviour,
Who died on Calvary.

Source: Exalted Praise: a twentieth century collection of sacred hymns for the church, Sunday school, and devotional meetings #83

Author: Julia E. Andersen

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First Line: There is a pardon with the Savior
Author: Julia E. Andersen
Copyright: Public Domain


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