The Stutzman Sisters | It's Raining

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It's Raining

by The Stutzman Sisters

Original and creative, this Southern Gospel style singing is sure to bless you. The mix of new and old, of personal and family, done with a heart of praise will move you into worship even in dark times.
Genre: Spiritual: Southern Gospel
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1. It's Raining
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2:06 $1.29
2. In Christ Alone
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3:51 $1.29
3. The Son Will Rise
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3:15 $1.29
4. Heal the Wound
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3:52 $1.29
5. Daddy's Hands / I Want to Marry Daddy
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4:12 $1.29
6. Testify
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2:55 $1.29
7. Swing Low
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3:05 $1.29
8. I Want to Know You
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4:07 $1.29
9. Softly, Softly
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2:50 $1.29
10. Ever the Same
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Stutzman Family has been singing together since 1993. The girls started in giving programs in Iowa prison institutions at the tender age of 3, and have been singing ever since.
The carefree years of girls turning into young ladies, learning the capabilities and power they have, and finding New Life in the Saviour. The heart of reaching out to those in pain cannot be missed. There is a bit of family atmosphere mixed in to a few of these songs, adding a feeling of togetherness. The Stutzman Girls also performed some of these songs as added credits for High School, and the clamour for more culminated in this recording. The original work here is beautiful, and melts the heart.


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