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Father, Son and Holy Spirit

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One God, three persons, nine strong hymns

The mystery of the Trinity has been a part of Christendom almost since the beginning of the faith. Church leaders, theologians and all persons of faith have each struggled with the concept of Three-in-One. Understanding this important tenet of the faith in all its depth may be difficult, but one thing is certain: the magnificence of our great God is shown through his graciousness in coming to us in three distinct ways--as our heavenly Father, as the saving Son, and as the comforting Spirit. The dynamic hymn arrangements in this collection feature the creative harmonizations of the gifted Roger Summers and are suitable for preludes, postludes and offertories. (Durations included for each selection.)

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