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The Church's One Foundation (Preview Pk
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The Church's One Foundation (Preview Pk

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Cantata
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Lloyd Larson
Publisher Lorenz Corporation
Catalog # 45/1144L

Price: $8.95

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Product Description

The Church's One Foundation (Preview Pk Composed by Lloyd Larson. For Cantata. Published by Lorenz Corporation. (Catalog # 45/1144L, UPC: 000308115529)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2008 **

From the beginning, God's plan included living the life of faith and worshiping in the context of community. The covenant made with Abraham was for him and his people. The story of faith passed down through the generations of Israel's history is the story of a nation of people. On the night before Jesus was crucified, our Lord prayed that His disciples and all who would follow would be one in their faith. First-century Christians were nurtured in communities of faith. At times, the church has failed in its commitment to present a united message to a divided world. But the challenge still remains and the goal still stands before us. This dynamic and brief work is a celebration of the church. Conceived as worship experience with choir and two narrators, it is a call to renew the challenge and fulfill the prayer of our Lord that God's people might be one so that the world will know of Jesus and His love.

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