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Where You Go

by Ian Nagata

Christian worship songs written for the mission field, from the mission field, capturing its joys and sorrows.
Genre: Spiritual: Praise & Worship
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1. All Authority
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2. Where You Go
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3. Perfect Joy
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4. Grain of Wheat
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5. Joy That Hides in You
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6. All We Seek
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7. Never Be Ashamed
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8. All Grace
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9. Heaven Is a World of Love
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10. God Moves in a Mysterious Way
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11. We Have Been Blessed
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the debut album from Ian Nagata, a missionary in Japan, and former worship pastor at Evergreen Baptist Church of San Gabriel Valley. Written primarily during his last year in LA and his first two years in Tokyo, this album expresses the joys and sorrows of leaving home to reach a different culture for the sake of the gospel. Embracing the theme of lament, many of the songs are centered around Scripture passages that speak of joy in the midst of suffering.

Two of the songs are based on older works: "Heaven is a World of Love," the famous sermon by Jonathan Edwards, and "God Moves in a Mysterious Way," the famous hymn by William Cowper.

Lastly, "All We Seek" is an original translation of the Japanese worship song "Motomete" by Yuta Nakayama, sung in English along with the original Japanese lyrics.

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