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Posted:  19 Nov 2008 02:25
I have been desperately searching for the lyrics to a song I heard in church.  I thought the name might be dusty sandals.....all I can remember is "there's a pair of dusty sandals heading south."  I pray someone knows this.   Thanks in advance.
Posted:  06 Jan 2009 01:27
The name of the song is "A Dusty Pair Of Sandals" It is on a Cd by Paul Williams & The Victory Trio titled Where No One Stands Alone
Posted:  28 May 2011 05:19
For dusty pair of sandals lyrics go to kilosparksit up.blogspot.com
Posted:  31 May 2011 18:48
Here are the lyrics:

1.
Just outside of Lazarus’s tomb
Lazarus’s sister's filled with gloom
Crying sore and wondering what it’s all about
But she doesn’t know God’s plan
For just north of Bethany town
There’s a dusty pair of sandals headed south.

Chorus:
Don’t give up
Don’t give up
Don’t let trials and tribulations make you doubt
When great troubles overtake you
Don’t give in and don’t give out
There’s a dusty pair of sandals headed south.

If your life is filled with sorrow and
You’re wondering about tomorrow
And your valleys dark and deep with no way out
Jesus never will forsake you
So raise your hands and shout
There's as dusty pair of sandals headed south.

Don’t give up
Don’t give up
Don’t let trials and tribulations make you doubt
When great troubles overtake you
Don’t give in and don’t give out
There’s a dusty pair of sandals headed south.

Thanks,
Steve
Posted:  24 Sep 2013 02:16
I'd like to add my thanks, Steve These are some powerful words of encouragement. I'll be doing this song with my bluegrass worship band.
I hope each Sunday too put a song in peoples heart that will keep them praising God thru everything that happens during their week
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