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God Made It So
A Boy

Lyrics by Dora Redman & Peter Link
Music by Peter Link

Well the news of the Prophet traveled fast
And a hope filled Mother’s heart.
When she heard of the miracles
She begged me to find him
Hoping she might be healed.

So I carried her with me to the market place
And as the crowd began to fill the streets
Calling his name
And following after him
With expectation in our hearts
Mother and I,
Hope and doubt,
Followed along as best we could

Each step was a struggle but we finally arrived
Then Mother began to cry
There were so many people on that mountainside
And much to my dismay
The Sun had set, his sermon done
Her chance was slipping away
So I left her behind, took the basket of food
And crawled through the legs of the multitude
Upon reaching the front
There he was
Jesus and the twelve gathered ‘round

Then I heard them tell Jesus, “Send the people away.”
In despair, I began to pray
(One said)
“If we don’t feed the people they will leave, I fear”
And my chance would disappear
So I gave that one my basket of food
“Take mine. It’s all that I have.”
He scoffed as he said “That’s not nearly enough”
And brushed me aside with a gentle rebuff
Ah but Jesus said
“Bring the boy here
He brings to us all that we need”

Then Jesus turned away from the crowd
And began giving thanks out loud
And I heard the words as I stood at his sandaled feet
Then he took from my basket for all to eat
My two small fishes and my five loaves of bread

But he didn’t stop there.
He reached down again
And brought forth from my basket
Out of thin air
Until more than five thousand were fed

And what I’ll always remember
And always will know
Is how Jesus believed in his heart
And how God made it so

As the multitude was being fed
I tugged on Jesus’ sleeve
“If you can do all of this and more
Then you can heal my Mother”
Jesus tossed my hair and said
As he sat me on his knee
“From the moment that you left her
The healing was received
The very moment your tenacity began
You see you can do whatever you believe
If you just believe you can

I too then turned away from the crowd
And began giving thanks out loud
I had believed and the truth was revealed to me
Then I went to my Mother and knew she was free
For she was laughing
As she wept and danced with me

But it didn’t stop there
For our basket was full
With great measure to spare
From out of thin air
And the Master was smiling at me

And what I’ll always remember
And always will know
Is how I simply believed in my heart
And how God made it so

Through The Eyes Of A Child
Thomas – A Disciple

Lyrics by Dora Redman & Peter Link
Music by Peter Link

I followed Jesus to the mountaintop
Where five thousand souls gathered ‘round
Where we listened to the Master’s stories
And his truths that for centuries
Would astound the world

Toward the end of the day
When the hungry crowd began to leave
Jesus turned to me and said
“We must feed the people”

“With what?” said I
I turned away and scoffed in doubt
Then from the crowd a boy stepped out and said
“Hey Mister, I got five loaves and two fishes”
Say what?
“I got five loaves and two fishes”
This naïve lad with such big wishes (Heh)
Would feed five thousand with all his riches …
Ha!

But Jesus turned to me and spoke
“Thomas, you must see through the eyes of a child
Now bring the lad to me and let be
Your doubtful uncertainty”

Now I wish to understand
A world not made with hands
To see the world as children do
And to see the world that the Master knew
Oh why is it so easy for this child to believe?
And so difficult for me?

Jesus turned the water into wine
And healed, in an instant, the blind
He told me, “You can do all this and more, Thomas,
All these possibilities lie within you”
But I can’t see beyond the world I see
And I would this world of matter and spirit
Be reconciled

But Jesus cautioned, “No, my friend,
Thomas, you must see through the eyes of a child
Through the eyes of a child”

It was then he turned quiet
As the sun began to leave the day
Silently he beckoned me
“Won’t you come and pray?”
“Pray what?” said I
But I obeyed and closed my eyes
And did as I was bid to do
In the miracle of the five loaves and two fishes
Oh yeah
And we fed five thousand souls

And afterwards I heard the boy

Say “Master, I must ask another miracle of you …”
But before he could go on Jesus spoke
“Your faith hath made her whole”

And after all these years …

I still wish to understand
A world not made with hands
To see the world as children do
And to see the world that the Master knew
Now why was it so easy for this child to believe?
And so difficult for me?

Jesus walked the water ‘cross the sea
Defying all the laws, set us free
He told me, “You can do all this and more, Thomas,”
You can calm the heavens and still the ocean’s roar …

At times I see beyond the world I see
Bewitched by matter, yet by spirit beguiled
And at times I still can catch the light
Shining in the eyes and the innocence of that boy
Through the eyes of a child

Ah yes, the innocence of that boy …

What a kid!

The Evidence Of Things Unseen
Mary Magdalene

Lyrics by Dora Redman & Peter Link
Music by Peter Link

And so he spoke
“They need not depart.
Give ye them food to eat.”
Give them food for thought,
The food of light,
The light of sustenance
Don’t send them away in their time of need
Feed the flock

But his disciples were not in the mind of Jesus
They struggled to raise their faith
And though miracles had abounded throughout the days
They were stuck in the world’s worn out ways

They knew not God’s law of infinite abundance
And I watched as they muttered amongst themselves hmm
“Feed them with what? There’s nothing to eat”
No apples, no almonds, no meat

Then a boy stepped forth
With a basket of bread and two fishes
Well you know the rest
The five thousand were fed
And we all saw the power of his wishes
And the evidence of things unseen
Oh yes the evidence of things unseen

You ask, “What is that evidence?”
It’s the substance of faith
And no seeming dreams that lie in between

There, by his prayer
Pulled out of thin air
In a miracle of such routine
(As I witnessed so often, again and again)
Was the evidence of things unseen
Yes, the evidence of things unseen

Yes a boy stepped forth
With the spirit of “Nothing can stop me”
A boy, just a boy
And five thousand were fed
And we all felt the power and the glory
Of the evidence of things unseen
Oh yes the evidence of things unseen

And right there, by his prayer
Pulled out of thin air
In a miracle of such routine
(As I witnessed so often, again and again)
Was the evidence of things unseen

The man
The miracle
The son of God
Hallelu!!!
And all this from two fishes
And five loaves of bread

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