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Here Comes Jesus

Here comes Jesus, see Him walking on the water

Author: Cordelia Spitzer
Tune: [Here comes Jesus, see Him walking on the water]
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Here comes Jesus, see Him walking on the water,
He'll lift you up and He'll help you to stand;
Oh, here comes Jesus,
He's the Master of the waves that roll.
here comes Jesus, let him take your hand.

2 Here comes Jesus, see Him feed the hungry people,
He'll fill your life till you hunger no more;
Oh, here comes Jesus,
He's the answer to your every need.
Here comes Jesus, He will your life restore.

3 Here comes Jesus, see him cleanse the leper,
He'll heal your heart and will give you His aid;
Oh, here comes Jesus,
He's the great Physician;
Here come Jesus, don't be afraid.

4 Here comes Jesus, see Him walking up to Calvary,
He's going to die for you and me;
Oh, here comes Jesus,
He's the ransom for the guilty one;
Here comes Jesus, to set us free!


Source: Hymns of Faith #155

Author: Cordelia Spitzer

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Text Information

First Line: Here comes Jesus, see Him walking on the water
Title: Here Comes Jesus
Author: Cordelia Spitzer
Publication Date: 1980
Copyright: © 1971 Hope Publishing Co.

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