Will you let the Savior in

'Tis Jesus knocks at your heart's door

Author: Frank M. Davis
Tune: [Someone is knocking at your heart's door]
Published in 9 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

Someone is knocking at your heart’s door,
Will you let Him in, will you let Him in?

1 ‘Tis Jesus knocks at your heart’s door
Long bolted by the pow’r of sin;
He knocks today, as oft before,
O will you let the Savior in?

Refrain:
O will you let the Savior in?
He’ll cleanse you from the deepest sin;
He knock today as oft before,
O will you let the Savior in?
O will you let the Savior in?

2 He’s waited long, is waiting still,
Has knocked there o’er and o’er again,
You treat no friend like Him so ill,
O will you let Him knock in vain? [Refrain]

3 Perhaps it soon may be too late,
Your soul to save from guilt and sin;
Haste ere shall close the pearly gate,
And let the blessed Savior in. [Refrain]

Source: Triumphant Songs No.5 #154

Author: Frank M. Davis

Frank Marion Davis USA 1839-1896. Born at Marcellus, NY, he became a teacher and professor of voice, a choirmaster and a good singer. He traveled extensively, living in Marcellus, NY, Vicksburg, MS, Baltimore, MD, Cincinnati, OH, Burr Oak and Findley, MI. He compiled and published several song books: “New Pearls of Song” (1877), “Notes of Praise” (1890), “Crown of gold” (1892), “Always welcome” (1881), “Songs of love and praise #5” (1898), “Notes of praise”, and “Brightest glory”. He never married. John Perry Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: 'Tis Jesus knocks at your heart's door
Title: Will you let the Savior in
Author: Frank M. Davis
Refrain First Line: O will you let the Savior in
Copyright: Public Domain

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Alexander's New Revival Hymns #43

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Living Songs for the Sunday School, the Epworth League, Prayer Meetings, Revivals #d140

Perennial Songs #d179

The Olive Leaf #d61

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Triumphant Songs No.5 #154

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