For the 5th Week - En

The Fifth Sunday of the Great Lent

Refrain:
Blessed are those who have mercy,
Who give to the poor and fast and pray,
The Holy Spirit will fill their hearts,
The Son will show them mercy on Judgment Day.

Or

Blessed are those who have mercy,
From God they shall obtain mercy,
On Judgment Day Christ will set them
apart,
May His Holy Spirit fill all their heart.

There was a pool in Bethesda,
Near the great temple in Jerusalem,
Where those who were sick stayed near by,
The blind, the palsied and the lame.

For every now and then to the pool,
Came an angel from heaven,
Moving the water and blessing it,
Healing power to the water was given.

Whoever got in first would be healed,
As soon after the angel came,
So all the sick waited by the pool,
To get in first was each man's aim.

Blessed are those ...

A man with illness, thirty-eight years,
Was seen by Jesus lying in there,
Jesus asked him if he wanted to be healed,
The man said, I have no friends who care.

Whenever I try to get in the pool,
Someone will get in before me,
I have no strength to move in fast,
No hope for healing that I can get."

Jesus said, Get up now and walk,
You will have strength to carry your bed,
At once the man was totally healed,
And did exactly what Jesus said.

Blessed are those ...

The Jews then saw the man walking,
Carrying the bed on which he used to lay,
They told him that it was not lawful,
To carry his bed on a Sabbath day.

The man answered that it was the One,
Who healed me ordered me to do so,
Who is this Man, they asked him,
As Jesus moved away, the man didn't know.

Later that day in the temple,
Jesus said to the man as he walked through,
Now that you are well, sin no more,
That nothing worse may befall you.

Blessed are those ...

The man went back to the Jews and said,
It was Jesus who made me walk,
Persecuting Jesus the Jews then sought,
Saying the Sabbath commandment He broke.

Jesus then told them, My Father is still,
Working in this world and so I do,
That made the Jews even more intent,
To kill Him as their hate to Him grew.

No matter how many years we have,
A sickness of the body or of the soul,
God will forgive if we repent,
And heal and bless us, one and all.

Refrain:
Blessed are those who have mercy,
Who give to the poor and fast and pray,
The Holy Spirit will fill their hearts,
The Son will show them mercy on Judgment Day.

The Fifth Sunday of the Great Lent


Refrain:
Blessed are those who have mercy,
Who give to the poor and fast and pray,
The Holy Spirit will fill their hearts,
The Son will show them mercy on Judgment Day.


Or

Blessed are those who have mercy,
From God they shall obtain mercy,
On Judgment Day Christ will set them
apart,
May His Holy Spirit fill all their heart.



There was a pool in Bethesda,
Near the great temple in Jerusalem,
Where those who were sick stayed near by,
The blind, the palsied and the lame.

For every now and then to the pool,
Came an angel from heaven,
Moving the water and blessing it,
Healing power to the water was given.

Whoever got in first would be healed,
As soon after the angel came,
So all the sick waited by the pool,
To get in first was each man's aim.

Blessed are those ...

A man with illness, thirty-eight years,
Was seen by Jesus lying in there,
Jesus asked him if he wanted to be healed,
The man said, I have no friends who care.

Whenever I try to get in the pool,
Someone will get in before me,
I have no strength to move in fast,
No hope for healing that I can get."

Jesus said, Get up now and walk,
You will have strength to carry your bed,
At once the man was totally healed,
And did exactly what Jesus said.

Blessed are those ...

The Jews then saw the man walking,
Carrying the bed on which he used to lay,
They told him that it was not lawful,
To carry his bed on a Sabbath day.

The man answered that it was the One,
Who healed me ordered me to do so,
Who is this Man, they asked him,
As Jesus moved away, the man didn't know.

Later that day in the temple,
Jesus said to the man as he walked through,
Now that you are well, sin no more,
That nothing worse may befall you.

Blessed are those ...

The man went back to the Jews and said,
It was Jesus who made me walk,
Persecuting Jesus the Jews then sought,
Saying the Sabbath commandment He broke.

Jesus then told them, My Father is still,
Working in this world and so I do,
That made the Jews even more intent,
To kill Him as their hate to Him grew.

No matter how many years we have,
A sickness of the body or of the soul,
God will forgive if we repent,
And heal and bless us, one and all.

Refrain:
Blessed are those who have mercy,
Who give to the poor and fast and pray,
The Holy Spirit will fill their hearts,
The Son will show them mercy on Judgment Day.

Last Updated: Aug 30, 2014 05:09:41 PM by minatasgeel
Added: Jan 22, 2007 06:53:20 PM by minatasgeel