From the album Walk Through The Pages
"The Ragged Edge" speaks to the saved, the lost, and the prodigal. This is the story of one desperate woman, crazy enough to believe that if she were to but touch the ragged hem of Jesus' garment, she would be made whole. Her story shows us that for the life or situation that is worn, torn, frazzled, frayed, and in need of patching, there is hope "on the ragged edge." In Christ's vocabulary, there are no 'hopeless causes' and no 'helpless situations.'
Words & Music by Emmylou Hubbard
Piano - Gary Prim / Lead Guitar - Kelly Back / Acoustic Guitar & Mandolin - Bruce Watkins / Bass - Duncan Mullins / Drums - Tommy Harden
Matthew 11:28-30; Matthew 5:1-11; Hebrews 4:14-16; Luke 14:16-23