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Embraced, digital download version

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Embraced, (digital download version) featuring performances of 21 hymns from the Christian Science Hymnal

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Embrace the healing power of hymns by downloading these 21 beloved favorites from the Christian Science Hymnal. Included are settings of all seven of Mary Baker Eddy’s hymns, alongside other cherished songs such as “From Sense to Soul,” “In Heavenly Love Abiding,” and “O Dreamer, Leave Thy Dreams for Joyful Waking.” Seven talented singers are featured in performances by a single voice with either piano or organ accompaniment (featuring the organ of The Mother Church). These hymns are ready to minister to the hungry heart, providing comfort in the midnight hour, and spiritual inspiration to meet all needs. The musical arrangements are tasteful, and the vocal performances are Soul-filled, providing for a musical product where the healing messages of these hymns really shine through!

Featured Musicians:
- Bryan Ashley
- William Burden 
- Teddy Crecelius
- Gwen Eagleton 
- Désirée Goyette
- Stephen Loher
- Rebecca Minor
- Gregory Rahming 
- Ryan Vigil
- Julia Wade

These are MP3 files you can download onto your desktop computer first. Add them to your music library on your desktop and then sync your mobile device to your computer to have them available to you on your phone or tablet!

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