The Southern Territorial Band of the Salvation Army | War and Peace

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War and Peace

by The Southern Territorial Band of the Salvation Army

For Christians, Jesus Christ is both the Conquering Son of God and the Prince of Peace. Such seeming opposites have been longstanding images within the Church. The Salvation Army has embraced both in their ministry.
Genre: Classical: Brass quintet
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Mighty Fortress!
6:05 album only
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2. Emblem of the Army
3:47 album only
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3. A Prayer for Courage
7:27 album only
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4. The Great Salvation War
7:32 album only
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5. Heralds of Victory
2:54 album only
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6. Atlanta Temple 125
3:42 album only
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7. Journey into Peace
7:14 album only
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8. Let There Be Peace on Earth
5:10 album only
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9. Peace of Heart
6:56 album only
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10. Triumph of Peace
6:08 album only
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For Christians, Jesus Christ is both the Conquering Son of God and the Prince of Peace. Such seeming opposites have been longstanding images within the Church. The Salvation Army has embraced both in their ministries throughout 151 years, maintaining a balance between its pursuit of aggressive spiritual warfare against evil while alleviating physical hardship, combating social injustice, and sharing the good news that inward peace is possible in the midst of a fallen world. This recording takes the listener on a musical pilgrimage that explores first Christian warfare, and then, adapting one of the disc’s titles, a journey into inward peace.

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