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The Ascension - Just Like He Said He Would! Album

The Ascension - Just Like He Said He Would! Album

Performer: The Ascension
Title: Just Like He Said He Would!
Style: Folk, Soft Rock, Gospel, Religious
Cat#: WMS-484
Country: US
Label: West Minist'r Sound
Size MP3 version: 1228 mb
Size FLAC version: 2792 mb
Size WMA version: 1609 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 445
Genre: Folk & World

The Ascension - Just Like He Said He Would! Album


1A New Song
2Just Like He Said He Would
3Sheltered In The Love Of Jesus
4I'm Gonna Make It To Heaven
5My Beloved
6Turn Back
8The Gift Of Love
9Front Seat, Back Seat
10I'll Miss You My Friend
11He Will Not Fail Me Now


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