As you travel along on the Jericho road

As you travel along on the Jericho road

Author: Donald S. McCrossan
Tune: [As you travel along on the Jericho road]
Published in 22 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 As you travel along on the Jericho road,
Does the world seem all wrong and heavy your load?
Just bring it to Christ, your sins all confess,
On the Jericho road your heart He will bless.

Refrain:
On the Jericho road there’s room for just two,
No more and no less, just Jesus and you;
Each burden He’ll bear, each sorrow He’ll share,
There’s never a care for Jesus is there.

2 On the Jericho road blind Bartimaeus sat,
His life was a voice, so empty and flat;
But Jesus appeared, one word bro’t him sight,
On the Jericho road Christ banished his night. [Refrain]

3 O brother to you this message I bring,
Tho hope may be gone, He’ll cause you to sing;
At Jesus’ command, sin’s shackles must fall,
On the Jericho road will you answer His call? [Refrain]

Source: Songs of Summerland #180

Author: Donald S. McCrossan

The Rev. Don McCrossan (1908-1989) was an evangelist who in 1943 became director of the Victory Service Club, an outreach ministry to military personnel established the previous year by the Union Rescue Mission in Los Angeles. As his obituary explains, “Through World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars, [the VSC] was a place where young men and women in a strange city could gather for food and friendship. It also was a place of faith, McCrossan said in a 1961 interview, a place where tens of thousands formally accepted Christ and hundreds more were inspired to enter various ministries.” (LA Times, April 15, 1989). According to the URM website, the Victory Service Club was “a spiritual haven and gathering place for nearly two millio… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: As you travel along on the Jericho road
Author: Donald S. McCrossan
Refrain First Line: On the Jericho road

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