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Believe Ye That I Am Able

The blind men to Jesus cried out by the way

Author: Mary B. Wingate
Tune: [The blind men to Jesus cried out by the way]
Published in 3 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1. The blind men to Jesus cried out by the way,
Beseeching in darkness for light;
Oh help, Son of David, have mercy, we pray,
And grant us the blessing of sight.

Believe ye that I am able, able to do this?
According unto your faith be it unto you.

2. O Christian, so weary of sorrow and sin,
Your darkness will vanish away;
His light like the glory of noontide, shine in—
To you He is saying today, [Refrain]

3. Oh wand’rer if you would a blessing receive,
He’s passing, oh do not delay;
But answer Him quickly,
Yea, Lord, I believe,
To you He is saying today, [Refrain]

4. The same Son of David is healing today,
All those who upon Him call;
Yes, Jesus of Nazareth is passing this way,
He’s saying to us, one and all, [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #716

Author: Mary B. Wingate

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Text Information

First Line: The blind men to Jesus cried out by the way
Title: Believe Ye That I Am Able
Author: Mary B. Wingate
Refrain First Line: Believe that I am able



The Cyber Hymnal #716
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The Cyber Hymnal #716

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