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The Woman Hiding in the Crowd

The woman hiding in the crowd

Author: J. Dudley Weaver Jr. (2008)
Published in 1 hymnal

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Author: J. Dudley Weaver Jr.

J. Dudley Weaver, Jr., has served as pastor of Memorial Presbyterian since March 2007. Prior to coming to Memorial, he served as Pastor and Head of Staff of First Presbyterian Church in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Weaver has also served congregations in South Carolina including First Presbyterian Church, Savannah, Georgia, and Westminster Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina. He is the author of “Presbyterian Worship: A Guide for Clergy”, two congregational histories, and several small publications including “When Your Child Is Baptized: What Parents Need to Know,” “Last Things: A Christian Perspective on Death,” “A Presbyterian Primer,” and “Worship Notes for the Church Bulletin.” Dr. Weaver is a graduate of King Col… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The woman hiding in the crowd
Title: The Woman Hiding in the Crowd
Author: J. Dudley Weaver Jr. (2008)
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: © 2008 J. Dudley Weaver Jr.


The first three stanzas are based on the story of Christ’s healing of a woman with an internal hemorrhage
(Mark 5:24b–34/Luke 8:42b–48). By expanding and applying this event, the final two stanzas provide a
helpful model of how scripture can be related to our own lives.


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