Scripture Verse

If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in. Revelation 3:20

Introduction

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Lelia N. Morris (1862–1929)
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Words & Mu­sic: Le­lia N. Mor­ris, 1898 (🔊 pdf nwc). Mor­ris wrote this song at a camp meet­ing in Moun­tain Lake Park, Ma­ry­land. It was first pub­lished in Pen­te­cost­al Prais­es, 1898.

Lyrics

If you are tired of the load of your sin,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart;
If you de­sire a new life to be­gin,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart.

Refrain

Just now, your doubt­ings give o’er;
Just now, re­ject Him no more;
Just now, throw op­en the door;
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart.

If it’s for pur­ity now that you sigh,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart;
Fountains for cleans­ing are flow­ing near­by,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart.

Refrain

If there’s a tem­pest your voice can­not still,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart;
If there’s a void this world ne­ver can fill,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart.

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If you would join the glad songs of the blest,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart;
If you would en­ter the man­sions of rest,
Let Je­sus come in­to your heart.

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