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Maybe your Bible story in Sunday School is a healing miracle, and you're really keen that the children understand: it's because of who Jesus is! It shows us he's the Son of God!
Remember Peter suddenly realising who Jesus is in Matthew 16 (like Mark 8)? "You are the Christ - the Son of the living God" (Mt 16:16) - that's what we're supposed to realise, when we've seen the miracles. Some did - Blind Bartimaeus understood, and called out to Jesus "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!".
"One Man Said" imagines what it must have been like to be healed by Jesus, and, like Blind Bartimaeus, realise exactly who Jesus really is. "One man said: 'He gave me sight when I was so blind, now I can see in the bright sunshine, who could this be with this power so good?' Gave him sight? SON OF GOD!"
There are 4 verses - three miracles, and one verse about our response. Actions / Motions are fairly easy to work out for this one!
Have a listen here:
"Jesus has Authority" - he's the boss, the one in charge, and you can see it through the miracles he did.
Where John focusses on "signs" (see Songs about Miracles #1), Mark in his Gospel shows us Jesus' Authority - and he's got real authority in bucket loads: over nature, sickness, sin, and even life and death.
The Sunday School Song "Jesus has Authority" looks at some of these miracles from Mark's and John's Gospels, and encourages us to see Jesus' authority, and so respond with faith in him as the "way, truth and life" (John 14:6).
There are verses about the wedding at Cana, the healing of the paralytic, Jairus' daughter, and the calming of the storm. It's a song that has a free rhythm, and works really well with solo guitar or piano, or just unaccompanied.
Have a listen: