This song was recorded by Legacy 5… included on their album, A Wonderful Life.

Legacy Five is a southern gospel quartet founded by former Cathedrals members, Roger Bennett and Scott Fowler, after the owners of The Cathedrals, Glen Payne and George Younce, decided to retire in 1999. Group members attribute their success to the changing face of gospel music and their willingness to adapt to it.
The roster for this album consisted of Gus Gaches – tenor, Scott Fowler – lead, group owner Scott Howard – baritone, Glenn Dustin – bass, and Trey Ivey – piano and vocals.

I just recently added this song to my ipod.
This song reminds us that all of life’s toughest questions are answered in Jesus and what He’s done for us.
Bible Reference… Matthew 1:21; Luke 2:11; 19:10; John 4:42; Acts 4:12; 3:23;  1Timothy 1:15; 4:10; 2Timothy 1:10; Titus 2:13; 1John 4:14

She slipped through the door, sat on the last pew;
a heart full of questions and a world torn in two.
Bearing the weight of years of regret,
she listened to the preacher when he stood up and said,
“If you’re somewhere between doubt and believin’,
friend, I have answers for all that you’re needin’.”

        “Ask me who, and I’ll tell you it’s Jesus. Ask me how, and I’ll say it’s the blood.                         Ask me where, and I’ll take you to Calvary. Ask me why, and I’ll tell you it’s love.”

It’s been years since she found amazing grace;
it’s been a long journey, but each battle she’s faced
has proven God faithful, time and again…
and the chance to tell others who are right where she’s been.
“Somewhere between doubt and believin’,
God has the answers for all that you’re needin’.” (CHORUS)

        It’s love that held Him to the Cross. It’s love that came to save the lost.
        It’s love. It’s love. It’s love.


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