If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

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winka
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by winka » Sun May 16, 2010 7:03 am

I Have on MP3 two versions of The Hem Of His Garment
The Saxon family use one version and the Villines Brothers use the other version.

The Hem Of His Garment - The Saxon Family

Hem Of His Garment - The Villines Brothers

email for the MP3
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by Guest » Tue Jun 15, 2010 9:54 pm

does anyone have the piano chords to this song?
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by preacherman7 » Wed Jun 16, 2010 12:24 am

I love this song I have not heard it in very long time it is one of my favorites
thanks for posting this song. One local pastor used to sing this song about every sunday. It has a lot of meaning to me
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 18, 2010 7:00 am

Glen Rice wrote this song. He and his wife were ministers to a church I attended as a child. I remember hearing them sing this song many times. He played a guitar when they sang it. It has been a song that has stayed with me for over 50 years and I know they would be happy to know how God has used these words to continue to bless people...
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by Guest » Sat Jun 26, 2010 2:02 pm

In our home group years ago, we would stand in a circle, holding hands and sing the chours over and over till the Holy Spirit moved. And one by one we would go down under the power of His Spirit. We would also sing ( I have just touched the hem of His garment, I have just touched a part of His Robe and now I am healed ,my sin all forgiven, for I have just touched Him and now I am whole.) The Holy Spirit moves in that song. Just begin to sing it to God over and over, and you will touch the Hem of His Garment.
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by Guest » Fri Jul 09, 2010 11:12 pm

THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE LYRICS TO THIS SONG A PREACHER USED TO SING THEM FOR US AT CHURCH AND I REALLY ENJOYED THIS SONG COULDN'T REMEMBER ALL THE WORDS TO IT & SHE PASSED AWAY A FEW YEARS AGO & WENT TO HEAVEN.
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by Guest » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:32 pm

The words you have posted here are for
the song "When Jesus Passed By"
The song at the top of the page - that chorus - is a totally different song. I have the verses to "When Jesus Passed By" if you need them
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by Guest » Thu Sep 02, 2010 11:23 pm

I think all of you are wrong, actually. The song most likely sung to this woman was this one, made famous by the soul singer Sam Cooke:

Oh, there was a woman in the Bible days,
she had been sick, sick so very long
but she heard about Jesus was passing by,
so she joined the gathering throng
and while she was pushing her way through,
someone ask her: 'What are you trying to do?'

She said: 'if I could just touch the hem of His garment
I know I'll be made whole'

She cried: 'Oh Lord, Oh Lord and Oh Lord, Oh Lord'
Said : 'if I could just touch the hem of His garment
I know I'll be made whole'

Oh, She spent her money here and there
until she had no, had no more to spare,
the doctors, they'd done all they could
but their medicine would do no good.
When she touched Him The Saviour didn't see
but still He turned around and cried
'Somebody touched me'

She said: 'It was I who just wanna touch the hem of Your garment,
I know I'll be made whole right now'

She stood there crying: 'Oh Lord, Oh Lord and Oh Lord, Oh Lord'

Said: 'If I could just touch the hem of His garment,
I know I'll made whole right now'

Hope that helps. Be blessed.
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If I could just touch , the hem of his garment

Post by Guest » Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:45 pm

does anyone know the chords that this song is played in? we sung it at my church and i recently changed churches and they don't have it and i really like the song and play guitar i just can't remember which chord we played it in. i think it was g but im not sure. any help would be appreciated.
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