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Why are you doubting and fearing

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1 Why are you doubting and fearing?
Why are you still under sin?
Have you not found that his grace doth abound?
He’s mighty to save; let him in.

Jesus is strong to deliver,
Mighty to save! Mighty to save!
Jesus is strong to deliver,
Jesus is mighty to save.

2 Say, are you weak, are you helpless,
Trying again and again?
This may be true, but it’s not what you do,
‘Tis he who is mighty to save.

3 When in my sorrow he found me,
Found me and bade me be whole;
Turned all my night into heavenly light,
And from me my burden did roll.

4 When in the tempest he hides me,
When in the storm he is near;
O’er the long way the Lord is my stay,
And now I have nothing to fear.

Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #467

Author: Herbert H. Booth

Herbert Henry Howard Booth (26 August 1862 – 25 September 1926) was the third son of William and Catherine Booth. He oversaw the Limelight Department's development and he was the writer and director for Soldiers of the Cross. See also in: Wikipedia  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Why are you doubting and fearing
Author: Herbert H. Booth
Refrain First Line: Jesus is strong to deliver
Copyright: Public Domain



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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #467

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