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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Spirit and soul
Healed and whole
Make a man sound
If in Christ he be found
Spirit and soul
The dynamics of both
By none but One are fully understood
He was called to be a preacher
But He made whole many a sickler
He raised many a cadaver
And so became known as the Great Healer
Who manifested in such great power
The glory of His heavenly Father
He worked many-a breath-taking wonder
His name is Jesus, the Healer
Little wonder He’s well known
For so many are hurting from injuries untold
To both spirit and soul
Yet every single one He knows
In case you do not know this man
Or His identity as the heart doctor
The only solution to every problem known to man
Let me introduce to you … the Great Healer.
“But He was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities; the chastisement of our peace was upon him, and with his stripes we are healed”.
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