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Posted:  13 Jun 2006 11:31
"We are not under law" or
"I am not under law"

Does anybody know in which book I can find either of these hymns?
Thanks,
Alan Masters
Posted:  15 Jun 2006 03:18
PERHAPS THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE SEARCHING FOR.

i'M NOT UNDER THE CURSE
i'M NOT UNDER THE LAW
i'M UNDER THE UNDER THE PRECIOUS BLOOD OF JESUS

i'M NOT UNDER THE CURSE
i'M NOT UNDER THE LAW
i'M UNDER THE UNDER THE PRECIOUS BLOOD OF JESUS

NOW THERE'S HEALING IN JESUS
THERE'S JOY, SWEET JOY IN JESUS
AND THERE'S PEACE THAT PASSETH ALL UNDERSTANDING
AS WE WALK EACH DAY BY FAITH.

HOPE THIS HELPS.
Posted:  15 Jun 2006 19:35
im looking for a song called,either....walking on the water..or...try walking on the water
Posted:  16 Jun 2006 03:59
I'm assuming that you are referring to the song by the Crabb Family.  We sing it at our church on an occasion, my mom likes it.  here it is, hope it helps!

Heather

Walking on the Water

1)  Storms of life have got you down
Waves are crashing all around
It seems you're about to lose control
As troubled waters flood your soul
Friend don't lose your faith by fright
Straight ahead's a guiding light
If what you're riding in don't float
By faith just get out of the boat

Chorus)
Try walking on the water
Turn stumbling blocks to stepping stones
Keep your eyes upon the Master
And he will lead you safely home
Storms have never stop this Captain
From bringing his crew safely in
He's the lightman and the lighthouse
And to the lost ship he's their friend

2)  One day an awful storm was raging
Fear gripped the hearts of all on board
But Ol' Peter saw a vision
He said it looks just like the Lord
Lord if its you let me come to you
Words that Peter cried with hope
Then when he received the answer
He just stepped out of the boat
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