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1 Earth’s physicians know not to heal thee,
Thou hast tried them again and again;
Human agencies ne’er can cleanse thee,
Haste to come to the Savior of men.
O touch but the hem of His garment,
And virtue shall come out to thee;
So shalt thou be saved in a moment,
O sinner, but touch Him and see.
2 This Physician hath power to heal thee,
Men have tried Him again and again;
You need nothing but just to touch Him,
Haste to come to this Savior of men. [Refrain]
3 They must die who refuse to trust Him,
There is no other healing for thee;
They shall certainly live who touch Him,
Haste to come to the Savior and see. [Refrain]Source: The Cyber Hymnal #8065