To the woman of Samaria, He spoke wondrous things.
He taught of living waters, And taught how she could never thirst.
She pleaded for this water, She pleaded to hear more.
She told all around her, To come and gather ‘round.
To listen to His teachings, And hear His sacred words.
And as he knelt, They all proclaimed, He is the One,
The Savior of world.
To the father of Capernaum, His power was clear.
His endless grace was evident, As He performed a miracle.
The father’s son was healed, He rose and hurt no more.
His love and His glory, Were felt by those He touched.
And He continued healing With boundless charity.
And as he knelt, They all proclaimed,
He is the One, The Savior of world.
As he traveled to Nazareth, He once called His own.
Joseph’s son, a carpenter, How could He be God’s only Son?
Honored by strangers, Rejected by His own.
His grace and His miracles, They did not understand.
But the power of the words they heard Would calm their angry hands.
And as he left, He did proclaim:
He was the One, The Savior of the world.
Honored by Strangers, Rejected by His Own