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When Jesus the Healer

Author: Peter D. Smith Meter: Appears in 11 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:22-43 First Line: When Jesus the healer passed through Galilee Used With Tune: HEALER
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Immortal Love, Forever Full

Author: J. G. Whittier Meter: Appears in 274 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:27 Lyrics: 1 Immortal Love, forever full, forever flowing free, forever shared, forever whole, a never ebbing sea. 2 Our outward lips confess the name all other names above; love only knoweth whence it came, and comprehendeth love. 3 We may not climb the heav'nly steeps to bring the Lord Christ down; in vain we search the lowest deeps, for him no depths can drown. 4 But warm, sweet, tender, even yet a present help is he; and faith has still its Olivet, and love its Galilee. 5 The healing of his seamless dress is by our beds of pain; we touch him in life's throng and press, and we are whole again. 6 Alone, O love ineffable, thy saving name is given; to turn aside from thee is hell; to walk with thee is heaven. Used With Tune: BISHOPTHORPE

O Christ, the Healer, We Have Come

Author: Fred Pratt Green, 1903-2000 Meter: Appears in 35 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:28 Lyrics: 1 O Christ, the healer, we have come to pray for health, to plead for friends. How can we fail to be restored when reached by love that never ends? 2 From every ailment flesh endures our bodies clamor to be freed; yet in our hearts we would confess that wholeness is our deepest need. 3 In conflicts that destroy our health we recognize the world's disease; our common life declares our ills. Is there no cure, O Christ, for these? 4 Grant that we all, made one in faith, in your community may find the wholeness that, enriching us, shall reach the whole of humankind. Used With Tune: CANONBURY

We Cannot Measure How You Heal

Author: John L. Bell, 1949- Meter: D Appears in 28 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:23 Used With Tune: YE BANKS AND BRAES
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Departed Saints asleep

Appears in 18 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:39 First Line: Why flow these Torrents of Distress? Lyrics: 1 "Why flow these Torrents of Distress?" (The gentle Saviour cries) "Why are my sleeping Saints survey'd "With unbelieving Eyes! 2 "Death's feeble Arm shall never boast, "A Friend of CHRIST is slain; "Nor o'er their meaner Part in Dust "A lasting Power retain. 3 "I come, on Wings of Love I come, "The Slumb'rers to awake; "My Voice shall reach the deepest Tomb, "And all its Bonds shall break. 4 "Touch'd by my Hand, in Smiles they rise; "They rise to sleep no more; "But rob'd with Light and crown'd with Joy, "To endless Day they soar." 5 JESUS, our Faith receives thy Word; And, tho' fond Nature weep, Grace learns to hail the pious Dead, And emulate their Sleep. 6 Our willing Souls thy Summons wait With them to rest and praise; So let thy much-lov'd Presence cheer These separating Days.
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Heal Us, Emmanuel, Hear Our Prayer

Author: William Cowper Meter: Appears in 12 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:25-34 Lyrics: 1. Heal us, Emmanuel, hear our prayer; we wait to feel thy touch; deep-wounded souls to thee repair, and Savior, we are such. 2. Our faith is feeble, we confess we faintly trust thy word; but wilt thou pity us the less? Be that far from thee, Lord! 3. Remember him who once applied with trembling for relief; "Lord, I believe," with tears he cried; "O help my unbelief!" 4. She, too, who touched thee in the press and healing virtue stole, was answered, "Daughter, go in peace: thy faith hath made thee whole." 5. Like her, with hopes and fears we come to touch thee if we may; O send us not despairing home; send none unhealed away. Topics: Christ's Gracious Life Life and Teaching; Jesus Christ; Penitence Used With Tune: GRÄFENBERG

Woman in the Night

Author: Brian Wren, 1936- Meter: D Appears in 10 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:25-34 Lyrics: 1 Woman in the night, spent from giving birth, guard our precious light; peace is on the earth. Woman in the crowd, creeping up behind, touching is allowed: seek and you will find! Refrain: Come and join the song, women, children, men. Jesus makes us free to live again! 2 Woman at the well, question the Messiah; find your friends and tell: drink your heart's desire! Woman at the feast, let the righteous stare; come and go in peace; love him with your hair! [Refrain] 3 Woman in the house, nurtured to be meek, leave your second place, listen, think and speak! Women on the road, from your sickness freed, witness and provide, joining word and deed: [Refrain] 4 Women on the hill, stand when men have fled; Christ needs loving still, though your hope is dead. Women in the dawn, care and spices bring, earliest to mourn, earliest to sing! [Refrain] Used With Tune: NEW DISCIPLES

Draw Us in the Spirit's Tether

Author: Percy Dearmer, 1867-1936 Meter: Appears in 23 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:21-43 Topics: Ordinary Time 23, Year A; Holy Thursday (Evening Mass of th Lord's Supper); Pentecost; Confirmation; Eucharist; Brotherhood and Sisterhood; Christian Life; Commissioning; Discipleship; Friendship; Love for Others; Service; Unity Used With Tune: UNION SEMINARY

O Jesus Christ, May Grateful Hymns Be Rising

Author: Bradford Gray Webster, 1898-1991 Meter: Appears in 20 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:25-29 Lyrics: 1 O Jesus Christ, may grateful hymns be rising, in every city for your love and care; inspire our worship, grant the glad surprising that your blest Spirit rouses everywhere. 2 Grant us new courage, sacrificial, humble, strong in your strength to venture and to dare; to lift the fallen, guide the feet that stumble, seek out the lonely and God's mercy share. 3 Show us your Spirit, brooding o'er each city, as you once wept above Jerusalem, seeking to gather all in love and pity, and healing those who touch your garment's hem. Used With Tune: WELWYN

Oh, it is Jesus

Author: Andraé Crouch, b. 1945 Appears in 4 hymnals Scripture: Mark 5:27-28 First Line: Oh, it is Jesus. Yes, it is Jesus. Topics: Jesus Christ His Blood Used With Tune: [Oh, it is Jesus, Yes, it is Jesus]


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