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Help Me, Jesus - Greg X Volz* - Ready Or Not... Here He Comes! (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Kigatilar says:
    Created by firestream - - Firestream Music Vault - made of magic and wiresFirestream Music Vault - made of magic and wires.
  2. Kejin says:
    Dec 03,  · Just Because was produced by Phil Johnson and was nominated for a Grammy Award, although Sherman Andrus told me that it was not one of their better selling albums. Side Two opens with a staple of CCM albums in the s -- a song about the second coming of Jesus. I've noticed that it's no longer popular among the cool kids to talk about Jesus coming back.
  3. Goltishakar says:
    May 28,  · Fingers can symbolize our feelings. Maybe the Lord is saying that something that feels good is not really good. We can not base faith on feelings because our feelings can lead us the wrong direction sometimes. There is an old Greg X. Volz song I love that says: Feelings / Greg X. Volz Been on this roller coaster too many days Riding in a circus.
  4. Samumi says:
    John William Schlitt (born February 3, ) is an American musician, who was the lead singer of Christian rock band Petra from until the band's retirement in late Prior to joining Petra in , Schlitt was the lead vocalist for Head East.
  5. Vudok says:
    The replacement of lead singer Greg X. Volz with John Schlitt, plus the addition of new producers John and Dino Elefante, made this a transition album. About half the songs here are so-so (Another Crossroad and Run for Cover sound like the same song with different lyrics) while the others are excellent.
  6. Kazimi says:
    Help me, Jesus I'm down my knees Help me, Jesus I'm calling out "please" Help me, Jesus I've nowhere to run Help me, Jesus Won't you call me your son? He blocked my way so I could not pass I was shrouded in darkness I found myself in the lowest pit I'd gone down to the darkest depths Though I hoped for good, evil came I couldn't get rid of the ball and chain I felt the sorrow, the.
  7. Faudal says:
    Help me, Jesus Won't you call me your son? He blocked my way so I could not pass I was shrouded in darkness I found myself in the lowest pit I'd gone down to the darkest depths. Though I hoped for good, evil came I couldn't get rid of the ball and chain I felt the sorrow, the grief, the pain Then from my lips came this refrain. Help me, help.
  8. Dataxe says:
    Jun 18,  · ready or not her he comes. 13 But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them, which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others, which have no hope. 14 For if we believe that Jesus died and raised again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus .
  9. Jushicage says:
    Six weeks later he was asked to participate in Petra's second album, Come and Join Us. Although at that time he participated as a guest singer on just three songs, founder/guitarist Bob Hartman (who, at that time, was sharing the lead-singing duties with co-founder/guitarist Greg Hough) offered Volz .

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