Mark 1:21-3:6 Levi’s Speech and the Table Stories

You’ll Never Believe

You’ll Never Believe

Song [Reflective] – Malcolm Gordon
Mark 2:1-12

You’ll never believe the day I’ve had
Though I’m standing here with you
It isn’t where I started

You’d never believe the friends I have
I said, ‘Go on without me.’
But they wouldn’t see us parted

Now I’m falling through a roof
Hanging by a thread
I said, ‘Don’t you let me go
Don’t you leave me here for dead.’

You’d never believe what happened next
Through the dust I saw a face
And a smile breaking open

You’d never believe the words he said
He said something about sin
Then he made whole what was broken

Now I’m falling through a roof
Hanging by a thread
I said, ‘Don’t you let me go
Don’t you leave me here for dead.’

You’ll have to believe me but that’s not all
Above all the amazement
He had one thing left to say

So he knelt down and joined me on the floor
Then he looked me in the eye
And said, ‘Righto up we go’

Now I’m falling through a roof
Hanging by a thread
I said, ‘Don’t you let me go
Don’t you leave me here for dead.’

He said, ‘Friend I’m telling you the truth
Though you’re hanging by a thread
I will never let you go
I’ll never leave you here for dead.’

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