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Triumphal Feast

by Harmony Plains Singing School

A collection of a cappella congregational hymns sung by the students and teachers of Harmony Plains Singing School.
Genre: Spiritual: Hymns
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1. When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
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2. Thy Word Is a Lamp
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3. Golden Harp
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4. The Tree of Life
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5. Tender Care
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6. Here in the Vineyard
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7. Triumphal Feast
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8. Sweet Prospect
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9. The Beatitudes
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10. Hallelujah! What a Savior
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11. God's Providence
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12. God of Our Fathers
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13. America
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14. Battle Hymn of the Republic
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15. Canaan's Land
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16. We Are Blessed
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17. Parting Hand
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The purpose of Harmony Plains Singing School is to provide an opportunity for Primitive Baptists in particular and all believers in Christ in general to learn how to better praise our God and King through singing.

Praise-worthy singing is singing that is done in the Spirit and with understanding. Realizing that singing can be blessed by the Almighty to be spiritual without regard to the correctness or “letter” of the music, and realizing that singing that is correct by the “letter” is purely entertainment and not worthy of praising God without the presence of the Holy Spirit, let it be our goal to improve the “letter”, but “quench not the Spirit”.

Harmony Plains Singing School - harmonyplains.org

Elder Bryce H. Lowrance is the music editor of "The Primitive Baptist Hymnal" and "Songs of Zion" hymnal. He has taught singing schools throughout the South for over 30 years.

Lowrance Ministries - lowranceministries.org

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