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Room At The Cross/The Old Rugged Cross
By Ira Stamphill/George Bennard

Verse 1
The cross upon which Jesus died,
Is a shelter in which we can hide;
And its grace so free
Is sufficient for me,
And deep is its fountain
As wide as the sea.
There’s room at the cross for you,
There’s room at the cross for you.
Tho’ millions have come
There’s still room for one,
Yes, there’s room at the cross for you.
Verse 2
Tho’ millions have found Him a friend
And have turned from the sins they have sinned,
The Savior still waits
To open the gates
And welcome a sinner
Before it’s too late.
Repeat chorus
Verse 3
The hand of my Savior is strong,
And the love of my Savior is long;
Through sunshine or rain,
Through loss or in gain,
The blood flows from Calv’ry
To cleanse ev’ry stain.
Repeat chorus
So I’ll cherish the old rugged cross,
“Til my trophies at last I lay down.
I will cling to the old rugged cross,
And exchange it someday for a crown.
Tho’ millions have come,
There’s still room for one;
Yes, there’s room at the cross for you.

(Marvin Ponder, Merrilou Luthas, Steve Boalt)

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