This song was written by Daryl Mosley, and was recorded by The Booth Brothers… included on their first album, The Blind Man Saw It All.

Daryl Mosley (born September 21, 1964) is an American singer, musician, and songwriter. He is best known as a bluegrass musician and as the writer of this song, the signature song of the southern gospel trio the Booth Brothers. In 2016 and 2017, Mosley was named Bluegrass Songwriter of the Year.

The Booth Brothers are a second-generation Southern Gospel Trio. Their 2005 roster consisted of Ronnie Booth (lead), Michael Booth (tenor), and Jim Brady (baritone).

This song describes what might have happened if various of those who were helped by Jesus got together and shared their story.
Bible Reference… Mark 10:27; Luke 18:27

I was working in town one afternoon, attending some business affairs.
I heard a commotion a couple streets over and wondered what’s happening there.
A young man was running from in that direction and stopped, just to catch his breath;
I asked him to, please, tell me what was the hurry. He smiled up at me and he said,

        I was trying to catch the crippled man; did he run past this way?
        He was rushing home to tell everyone what Jesus did today.
        And the mute man was telling myself and the deaf girl,
        he’s leaving to answer God’s call.
        It’s hard to believe, but, if you don’t trust me, ask the blind man; he saw it all!
        Ask the blind man; he saw it all!

My friend, if the troubles and burdens you carry are heavy and dragging you down,
and you’ve tried everything you can possibly think of… but there’s no relief to be found.
That very same Jesus that altered the future of the blind man, the deaf and the lame;
He’s still reaching out in your hour of trouble. One touch and you’re never be the same.

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