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TRUST JESUS TODAY
He's knocking on your heart's door will you let Him in?
There Was a Man
A man walked the roads looking for
The lonely and the lost,
He came to Earth to save them and
He would at any cost.
He searched through all the villages
Each city and each town,
As He walked He noticed that all
Their faces wore a frown.
He hoped to see them happy and
With smiles from ear to ear,
He sought to give them joy and peace
And filled their hearts with cheer.
Who is this Man that came to Earth
To save a soul like me?
And walked the streets to find all those
Who longed to be set free.
He is the King of Kings Who gave
Up His throne in Glory,
To come fulfill the prophecies
Written in God's story.
He came to save us and reveal
The Truth found in God's Word,
Yet to this day some still remain
Who say they've never heard.
Yes, there was a man named Jesus
Who's still alive today,
Living within my heart where He
Has made His home to stay.
If you will just invite Him in
He'll do the same for you,
He's knocking on your heart's door now
What will you choose to do?
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