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The waters are troubled, step in, step in

Author: Francis A. Blackmer Hymnal: Blessed Hope Manual #d6 (1910) Hymnal Title: Blessed Hope Manual First Line: An angel came down to Bethesda's pool
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The Troubled Waters

Author: F. A. B. Hymnal: Carols of Hope #159 (1906) Hymnal Title: Carols of Hope First Line: An angel came down to Bethesda's pool Refrain First Line: The waters are troubled, step in, step in Lyrics: 1. An angel came down to Bethesda's pool Each season with healing power; But we have in Jesus a healing font, That saves dying souls each hour. Chorus: The waters are troubled, step in, step in, There's room for all; The Spirit is pleading, the Saviour waits, O list to the loving call. 2. Who entered the pool of Bethesda first Could healing alone receive, But here is a fountain that flows for all Who shall in the Lord believe. [Chorus] 3. Then haste to this fountain, O sin-sick ones, The maim'd and the halt and blind, And plunge in its waters by faith this hour, And fullest salvation find. [Chorus] 4. The Spirit is pleading this solemn hour, O turn from him not away; The waters are troubled, step in, step in, Make Jesus your own today. [Chorus] Tune Title: [An angel came down to Bethesda's pool]

The waters are troubled, step in, step in

Author: Francis A. Blackmer Hymnal: Notes of Gold #d9 (1921) Hymnal Title: Notes of Gold First Line: An angel came down to Bethesda's pool
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The waters are troubled, step in, step in

Author: F. A. B. Hymnal: The Golden Sheaf No. 2 #52 (1916) Hymnal Title: The Golden Sheaf No. 2 First Line: An angel came down to Bethesda's pool Tune Title: [An angel came down to Bethesda's pool]

The waters are troubled, step in, step in

Author: Francis A. Blackmer Hymnal: The New Golden Sheaf #d12 (1940) Hymnal Title: The New Golden Sheaf First Line: An angel came down to Bethesda's pool

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