The Healer – Lois Irwin

 

    C                      C       C7         C6     F                         Fm           C                             G7

1) On the  cross  cru-ci -fied. In great sor –row    he    died;  the giv-er  of  life  was he

2) Price for healing was paid. As those cruel stripes were made, within Pilate’s judgment hall.

3) Came  the  lep-er to Christ saying, surely I know, that thou Lord canst make me whole.

4) He  has sealed my sick soul. Made me every whit whole. And he’ll do the same for you.

 

    C                                C              F             Fm      F    C7                  G7       C

1) Yet my Lord was despised and rejected of men; this Jesus of Cal-va-ry.

2) Now his suffering  affords perfect healing for all. This wonderful healer’s mine.

3) When his great faith was seen Jesus said, Yes I will. And touched and made him clean.

4) He’s  the same yes- ter -day  and to -day  and for aye, This healer of men  to -day.

 

C                                F      Fm      C                                        F             C      G7                         

He was wounded for our trans–gressions. He was bruised for our in-i–qui-ties.

C      C      C7           F               Fm      C    Fo   D6       D7   G7   C

Sure -ly he bore our sor -rows; ^ and by  his  stripes we  are  healed.

 

 

 

The Healer – Lois Irwin

 

     E         /          E       /E7         E6      /A                      /Am          /E             /             /B7

1) On the  cross  cru-ci -fied. In great sor –row    he    died;  the giv-er  of  life   was he

2) Price for heal-ing was paid. As those cruel stripes were made, with-in Pilate’s judgment hall.

3) Came  the  lep -er to Christ Say-ing, sure-ly    I      know, that thou Lord canst make me whole.

4) He  has sealed my sick soul. Made me  ev -ery     whit  whole. And he’ll do the same for you.

 

       E              /                      /E              /A               /Am     A    /E7                  /B7              /E    /    /

1) - Yet  my  Lord  was  des -pised and re-ject -ed  of men; this Je -sus of Cal  –va -ry.

2) - Now his suf- fering  af- fords perfect healing for all. This won-derful heal-er’s mine.

3) - When his great faith was seen Jes- us said, Yes I will. And touch-ed and made him clean.

4) - He’s  the same yes- ter -day  and to -day  and for aye, This heal -er of men  to -day.

 

E           /                    /A    Am      /E           /                 /           A           /E        /B7      /      /                     

He was wounded for our trans –gres -sions. He was bruised for our in-i–qui-ties.

  

E       E      /E7        /A             /Am     /E   A0   /F#m      B6   B /E     /    /

Sure -ly he bore our sor -rows; ^ and by  his  stripes we  are  healed.

 

 

 

The Healer – Lois Irwin

 

    D                      D       D7         D6       G                     Gm           D                            A7

1) On the  cross  cru-ci -fied. In great sor –row    he    died;  the giv-er  of  life  was he

2) Price for heal-ing was paid. As those cruel stripes were made, with-in Pilate’s judgment hall.

3) Came  the  lep -er to Christ Say-ing, sure-ly    I      know, that thou Lord canst make me whole.

4) He  has sealed my sick soul. Made me  ev -ery     whit  whole. And he’ll do the same for you.

 

    D                                      D               G                Gm      G    D7             A7          D

1) Yet  my  Lord  was  des -pised and re-ject -ed  of men; this Je -sus of Cal  –va -ry.

2) Now his suf- fering  af- fords perfect healing for all. This won-derful heal-er’s mine.

3) When his great faith was seen Jes- us said, Yes I will. And touch-ed and made him clean.

4) He’s  the same yes- ter -day  and to -day  and for aye, This heal -er of men  to -day.

 

D                                G    Gm       D                                          G             D       A7                          

He was wounded for our trans –gres -sions. He was bruised for our in-i–qui-ties.

 

 

D       D    D7            G            Gm       D   Go    E6        E7     A7    D

Sure -ly he bore our sor -rows; ^ and by  his  stripes we  are  healed.

 

 

 

The Healer – by Lois Irwin  in A

 

A                  A∆7         A7             A6      D                    Dm           A                                       E7   B7   E7

On the cross cru– ci – fied,     in  great   sor - row    he  died; this  giv – er        of    life   was   he. 

Price for hea–ling was paid,    as  those cruel strips were made with-in       Pilate’s judg - ment hall

Came the lep - er to Christ,  say - ing,  “Sure – ly,      I know, that thou, Lord,   can make me whole.”

He has healed my sick soul; made me    ev - ery   whit   whole; and he’ll        do  the  same  for you.

 

             A                A7                       D               Dm    D    A                      E7              A

Yet  my  Lord  was  des - pised and re-jected  of   men; This Je  – sus   of    Cal  -  va  -  ry.

Now his  suf – fering af - fords perfect heal-ing  for all.  This won - der - ful  heal - er’s  mine.

When his great faith was seen, Je - sus said, “Yes I will,” and touched him and made him clean.

He’s the same yes – ter - day, and to - day and for aye;   this heal  -  er    of   men   to  -  day.

 

Chorus

A                              D   Dm    A                                      D             A      E7  B7   E7

He was wounded for our trans-gressions.  He was bruised for our in–iqui - ties. 

 

A     A∆7        A7    A6   D          Dm         A   D0   B6     B7    E7   A 

Sure - ly   he  bore our sorrows,      and by  his strips we  are  healed.