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Jesus is strong to deliver

Hymnal: Band Music #166 (1886) Hymnal Title: Band Music First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing Languages: English

Jesus is strong to deliver

Author: Herbert H. Booth Hymnal: One Hundred Favorite Songs of the Salvation Army #d166 (1893) Hymnal Title: One Hundred Favorite Songs of the Salvation Army First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing

Strong to deliver

Author: Herbert H. Booth Hymnal: Salvation Melodies. New ed. #d60 (1897) Hymnal Title: Salvation Melodies. New ed. First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing Refrain First Line: Jesus is strong to deliver
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Jesus is strong to deliver!

Hymnal: The Salvation Army Music #245 (1900) Hymnal Title: The Salvation Army Music First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing? Languages: English Tune Title: [Why are you doubting and fearing?]

Jesus is strong to deliver

Author: Herbert H. Booth Hymnal: The Salvation Army Solos #d71 (1885) Hymnal Title: The Salvation Army Solos First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing
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Jesus is strong to deliver

Author: Herbert Howard Booth (1862-1926) Hymnal: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #467 (1986) Hymnal Title: The Song Book of the Salvation Army First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing Lyrics: 1 Why are you doubting and fearing? Why are you still under sin? Have you not found that his grace doth abound? He’s mighty to save; let him in. Refrain: Jesus is strong to deliver, Mighty to save! Mighty to save! Jesus is strong to deliver, Jesus is mighty to save. 2 Say, are you weak, are you helpless, Trying again and again? This may be true, but it’s not what you do, ‘Tis he who is mighty to save. 3 When in my sorrow he found me, Found me and bade me be whole; Turned all my night into heavenly light, And from me my burden did roll. 4 When in the tempest he hides me, When in the storm he is near; O’er the long way the Lord is my stay, And now I have nothing to fear. Topics: The life of holiness Challenge Languages: English

Jesus is strong to deliver

Author: Herbert H. Booth Hymnal: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #d953 (1953) Hymnal Title: The Song Book of the Salvation Army First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing

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