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Sunday, March 28, 2010

"Awesome God" with backing vocals and piano by Michael W. Smith ~ Worship in Song


4 comments:

Kim A. said...

Music helps me to quiet my spirit. Thank you for sharing this.

♥namaste♥

Kathy M. said...

Great song. Thanks for the video. Have a blessed Sunday.

Just Be Real/God Whispers In The Wind said...

Always loved this song. MWS does a great rendition of it. Blessings to you dear thanks for posting it.

Clueless said...

Kim, Me too and this was just awesome!!

Kathy, your welcome and blessings to you.

JBR, This has been a favorite since the 80's when I frist heard Rich Mullins (RIP) recorded it. Thank you for posting as well. Blessings of love to you.

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