Justice Like a River: Song Book Paperback
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Justice Like a River: Song Book
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The Christian faith impels us to seek justice we see this especially in Jesus ministry, and in the message of the prophets and so it is very clear that God loves justice. It is an integral part of the gospel and this is what Jesus did ministering to the people that were marginalised and oppressed ministering to the people that didnt count in his time.
God Loves Justice Gustavo Parajon doctor, pastor and peacemaker of Nicaragua (1935-2011)
Many of these chants consist of a short text set to music which is sung repeatedly, so that those singing or listening can enter into the meaning of the words calmly and without hurry. Other chants adopt a verse and refrain pattern. They are all intended to be as flexible in use as possible, to enhance and complement your worship.
Justice Like a River: Song Book by Garth Hewitt is published by Kevin Mayhew and is our 49342nd best seller. The ISBN for Justice Like a River: Song Book is 9781848675650.
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CD Track Listing and Samples
1. Be the hands of Jesus
2. Feast your mind on what is pure All the time
3. Happy to share
4. He broke the rules
5. If we have never sought Jesus of the scars
6. Justice like a river
7. Let the world be changed
8. One of us, flesh and blood
9. Teach us how to walk Dance on injustice
10. We hear your cry, Lord
11. We saw beauty in the ashes Broken image
12. We will pray for you, sister
13. Weve silenced our prophets Let justice roll
14. Youre the one The living God
Details for Justice Like a River: Song Book
|Page last updated||26th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Garth Hewitt|
|Number of Pages||39|