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From a sermon of Rev. William Branham

I remember one of my first healing service, Fort Wayne, Indiana. A little Amish girl sitting, playing that piano, “The great Physician now is near, the sympathizing Jesus.” A little baby was brought to me on the platform, it was crippled. And while I was praying for that baby, it jumped out of my arms and run down across the platform. The mother fainted. The grandmother threw up her handkerchief, begin to cry.

And this little Amish girl now, not knowing nothing about anything about Pentecostals, because she belonged to the Amish church; but she was playing. Her long hair fell down; she raised in the Spirit and begin to sing in unknown tongues, and the…and with the harmony of that song. And them piano keys moved up-and-down, playing, “The great Physician now is near, the sympathizing Jesus.” Amen! He is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

Now let us pray now as…Now let’s everybody out there pray. You people coming through the line, when we lay hands upon you, remember, Jesus said, “If you would believe it, you would be well.” You believe it? Now let’s all sing now.

The great Physician now is near,
The sympathizing Jesus,
He speaks…(Let’s just close our eyes now as we sing)…hearts to cheer,
Oh, hear the voice of Jesus.
Sweetest note in seraph song,
Sweetest name on mortal tongue,
Sweetest…(Father God, move upon the people now)…sung,
O Jesus, blessed Jesus.

“The great…” Now as you walk through now, He is here. Take my word, or you believe it yourself, He is here. Everybody in prayer out there now for the people.

65-0119 - The God Who Is Rich In Mercy
Rev. William Marrion Branham