Long, long ago, a captive maidAuthor: Julia H. Johnston
Tune: EL SEGUNDO
Published in 2 hymnals
Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy ComposerAudio files: MIDI
1 Long, long ago, a captive maid,
A wondrous message gave;
For she believed in Israel’s God,
With power to help and save.
The word she spoke, the truth she told,
Her haughty master moved;
And when he sought the way aright,
The way of life it proved.
2 No help or cure was in her hand,
She was a captive maid;
But she could tell the way to go,
To gain the prophet’s aid.
The sore disease and wasting pain
Were lost in Jordan’s save;
The Syrian captain learned that God
Was strong to help and save.
3 So children now can spread the news
Of Jesus’ power to cure;
To heal the weary, sin sick heart,
And make the spirit pure.
’Tis Jesus only who can save
As in the olden day;
And all may find Him if they will—
A child may point the way.
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #8103
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|The Cyber Hymnal #8103||The Little Captive Maid||Long, long ago, a captive maid||EL SEGUNDO||Julia H. Johnston||CMD||<cite>Bible Study Songs</cite>, by Bertha F. Vella and Daniel. B. Towner (Boston: The Pilgrim Press, 1899)|