A Man At Bethsaida [print up to 30]

Miracles of Jesus Series 2 No. 1

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[Note: the MP3 file includes the words, sung.] Somebody once said, "You can’t put the whole Gospel into one song." But we’ve tried with this one! The first line was what the resurrected Jesus told Saul (who was persecuting Jesus’ followers vigorously) after striking him down blind. Jesus gave him the job of going to the Gentiles - opening their eyes and delivering them from the power of Satan to God that they may receive forgiveness of sins - but before that… Jesus quite often told those he healed to tell no one of it. The man in this song was unusual: he did what he was told!

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Year of composition
Hilda Brackley, Olive Grist and Duncan McLean
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Choir + keyboard
Instrumental parts

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