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Christ's plea to the conscience

There's a knock at the door of your conscience

Author: O. G. Jordan
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: O. G. Jordan

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Text Information

First Line: There's a knock at the door of your conscience
Title: Christ's plea to the conscience
Author: O. G. Jordan
Refrain First Line: O sinner, make haste, let the Savior come in
Copyright: Public Domain

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Enduring Hymns #d211

Gospel Bells #d211

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