C.W.N.A. - Where My Soldiers at Christians? flac mp3
6. Where My Soldiers At? . 7. Miracles of God. . 10. Pioneers of Gospel.
The Christians is The Christians' 1987 debut album and contained their first five UK hit singles: "Forgotten Town", "Hooverville", "When the Fingers Point", "Ideal World" and "Born Again".
Onward Christian Soldiers. With the latest attack by Muslims on Christians men woman and children its time for every Christian to stand up with righteous indignation and understand that we are at war with Islam. To the politically correct who say Islam is a peaceful religion while they sit safe in the warm little hurtle pick up a copy of the Koran. The Muslim world is supporting the killings, either with money or silence. Christians must realize the truth that everything we stand for and believing in, for it to be right means that the Muslim religion is false and a tool of Satan
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Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross of Jesus going on before. Christ, the royal Master, leads against the foe; Forward into battle see His banners go! Refrain Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross of Jesus going on before. At the sign of triumph Satan's host doth flee; On then, Christian soldiers, on to victory! Hell's foundations quiver at the shout of praise; Brothers lift your voices, loud your anthems raise. Refrain Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross of Jesus going on before. Like a mighty army moves.
Redirected from Onward Christian Soldiers). Onward, Christian Soldiers" is a 19th-century English hymn. The words were written by Sabine Baring-Gould in 1865, and the music was composed by Arthur Sullivan in 1871. Sullivan named the tune "St. Gertrude," after the wife of his friend Ernest Clay Ker Seymer, at whose country home he composed the tune. The Salvation Army adopted the hymn as its favoured processional. The piece became Sullivan's most popular hymn.
|1||Church Without Spot or Wrinkle||C.W.N.A.||5:53|
|2||Got to Be Holy||C.W.N.A.||3:27|
|4||God Is Alive||C.W.N.A.||4:26|
|6||Where My Soldiers At?||C.W.N.A.||4:06|
|7||Miracles of God||C.W.N.A.||4:49|
|8||The Holy Ghost||C.W.N.A.||4:23|
|10||Pioneers of Gospel||C.W.N.A.||4:21|