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C. S. Lewis once said that an atheist cannot be too careful. God has his witnesses everywhere!

Imagine going to hear Bob Dylan in 1986. Through the haze of smoke, you hear the artist say, “I’m going to sing a song about my hero.” You wonder, “who would Dylan’s hero be?”

Lyrics are below, for those who don’t understand seriously-over-used vocal chords and nasal congestion.

When they came for Him in the garden, did they know ?
When they came for Him in the garden, did they know ?
Did they know He was the Son of God, did they know that He was Lord ?
Did they hear when He told Peter, “Peter, put up your sword” ?
When they came for Him in the garden, did they know ?
When they came for Him in the garden, did they know ?

When He spoke to them in the city, did they hear ?
When He spoke to them in the city, did they hear ?
Nicodemus came at night so he wouldn’t be seen by men
Saying, ?Master, tell me why a man must be born again?
When He spoke to them in the city, did they hear ?
When He spoke to them in the city, did they hear ?

When He healed the blind and crippled, did they see ?
When He healed the blind and crippled, did they see ?
When He said, “Pick up your bed and walk, why must you criticize ?
Same thing My Father do, I can do likewise”
When He healed the blind and crippled, did they see ?
When He healed the blind and crippled, did they see ?

Did they speak out against Him, did they dare ?
Did they speak out against Him, did they dare ?
The multitude wanted to make Him king, put a crown upon His head
Why did He slip away to a quiet place instead ?
Did they speak out against Him, did they dare ?
Did they speak out against Him, did they dare ?

When He rose from the dead, did they believe ?
When He rose from the dead, did they believe ?
He said, “All power is given to Me in heaven and on earth”
Did they know right then and there what that power was worth ?
When He rose from the dead, did they believe ?
When He rose from the dead, did they believe ?

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