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Sorrow and Salvation: A Playlist for Lent
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Song of the Kingdom

We want to share a song written by Larry Grauvogel (South Bend) and based on several Scripture passages including Hebrews 12: “Oh brothers, lift up your drooping arms! Oh sisters, get off your knees and dry your eyes! Oh people, rejoice, for his kingdom is at hand!” The song was recorded in 1981 but is a joyful reminder of the good news in 2020.

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  1. Bill Brophy says:

    The energy of this song captures the Spirit of our life together in the People of Praise.

  2. Mary Gaffney says:

    I love this song! I believe it was sung at my wedding.

  3. Maria Elliott says:

    Thank you for sharing that inspirational song.
    Re-: the Hagens’ business blessings,

    Oh praise the Lord are you nations
    Praise the name of the Lord!
    Acclaim the Lord, all you people
    He is faithful forever!
    ~ from Psalm 117

  4. Nanci Panos says:

    I remember, thanks

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