Your Arms Too Short to Box With God Revival 1980

Opened: June 2, 1980
Closing: October 12, 1980

Your Arms Too Short to Box With God - 1980 - Broadway History , Info & More

Ambassador Theatre (Broadway)
219 W. 49th St. New York, NY 10019

Based on the Book of Matthew.

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Your Arms Too Short to Box With God FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Beatitudes
We're Gonna Have a Good Time
There's a Stranger in Town
Do You Know Jesus?/He's a Wonder
Just a Little Bit of Jesus Goes a Long Way
We Are the Priests and Elders
Something Is Wrong in Jerusalem
It Was Alone
I Know I Have to Leave Here
Be Careful Whom You Kiss
Trial
It's Too Late
Judas Dance
Your Arms Too Short to Box with God
Give Us Barrabas
See How They Done My Lord
Come on Down
Can't No Grave Hold My Body Down
Didn't I Tell You
When the Power Comes
Everybody Has His Own Way
I Love You So Much Jesus
The Band
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