He Is Just the Same Today

Have you ever heard the story Of the Babe of Bethlehem

Author: S. Z. Kaufman
Published in 54 hymnals

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1 Have you ever heard the story
Of the babe of Bethlehem,
Who was worshipped by the angels
And the wise and holy men?
How he taught the learned doctors
In the Temple far away?
O I’m glad, so glad to tell you,
He is just the same today!

Refrain:
Just the same, just the same,
He is just the same today.
Just the same, just the same,
He is just the same today.

2 Have you ever heard the story
How he walked upon the sea,
To his dear disciples tossing
On the waves of Galilee?
How the waves in angry motion
Quickly did his will obey?
O I’m glad, so glad to tell you,
He is just the same today!

3 Have you ever heard of Jesus
Praying in Gethsemane,
And the ever-thrilling story,
How he died upon the tree,
Cruel thorns his forehead piercing,
As his spirit passed away?
This he did for you, my brother,
And he’s just the same today!

4 Have you ever heard of Jesus
Who was buried in the tomb,
And was mourned by his disciples
In despair, defeat and gloom.
By the power of God eternal,
He arose on Easter day,
And he lives for our salvation:
He is just the same today!


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #96

Author: S. Z. Kaufman

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Text Information

First Line: Have you ever heard the story Of the Babe of Bethlehem
Title: He Is Just the Same Today
Author: S. Z. Kaufman
Language: English
Refrain First Line: He's just the same today
Publication Date: 1885
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #96

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