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Zondervan Turn Your Radio On: The Stories Behind Gospel Music's All-Time Greatest Songs

Gospel songs such as "Amazing Grace" have blessed you for years, but once you discover the stories behind them, they become even more powerful! In Turn Your Radio On, Ace Collins reveals the remarkable circumstances that inspired the writing of your all-time favorites: "Just a Closer Walk with Thee," "Peace in the Valley," "It Is No Secret What God Can Do," "The Old Gospel Ship," "I'll Fly Away," and more. A great gift for music lovers! 256 pages, softcover, Zondervan.
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great book

Date:May 17, 2011
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silver fox
Location:seymour, tn
Age:Over 65
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If you like southern gospel music you will love this book.
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Date:May 14, 2001
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Betty Nelson
I was so excited to read this book. The description sounded so inspiring. I was very disappointed, however, to find that the words to the songs written about in the short stories did not appear in the book. I knew some of them and those stories were very interesting. But when I did not know of the song or could not remember the words I finally gave up reading those stories. It made me wonder who edited this book and why they had not realized that there was a very large "hole" in the book that would leave readers unsatisifed and wishing they had not spent the money for the book.
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