Hannah's Hidden Hope Continues: Our Jewish girl, Hannah, the daughter of a Pharisee, is about to tell her father of her new found relationship with Jesus Christ. (See "Hannah's Song" from "Hannah's Hidden Hope" for background info) Before Hannah leaves to talk to her father, she sings a re-worked version of "Hannah's Song". All doubt about her Messiah has been re-worked to belief. As she sings this version, she is more uplifted, but at the same time filled with anxiety about her upcoming conversation with her father.
So many things have happened since that day,
Should I turn my father from his ways?
I know I was wrong,
I know they were right,
I know I was face to Face with the Christ.
Now I see, how a Man poorer than me, really is my King
The love of a Carpenter who was nailed to a cross,
Wouldn’t save Himself but came to save the lost.
He’s my Messiah, the Word made Flesh,
He died like thief, He died like the rest,
I know what I saw.
I still believe the Scriptures, and I know what They say,
I believe it rained for forty nights and days.
I believe in manna from the sky,
Enoch and Elijah they never died.
I believe in so many things, I’m so glad I believe in Him,
Now I believe like the kids I know, now I know there is proof to show,
I know the Truth and I know the lies, I know He raised after He died.
Lord You helped me see, You helped me believe
After Hannah tells her father the exciting news, her fears and worries are confirmed when her father becomes enraged calling her a blasphemer. Hannah runs off, where she is met by the other children together they sing another song (song's used that were written by other artists can be provided). Her father finds her and the others, but before he can speak an Angel of the Lord appears and everyone falls flat on the ground. The Angel speaks to Hannah's father, and vanishes. The, father is still on the ground overwhelmed, when Spirit led the children begin to sing a song that seems to come right from the mouth of God. (again this song name can be provided) The song concludes, hannah and her father reconcile, and the children lead him in the sinner's Prayer, while everyone is on their knees. Still on their knees the children sing our closing song. (again this song can be provided)
If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW
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