Title: A Letter To Jesus
Style: Gospel, Funk
Format: MP3 FLAC MP2 MPC AHX APE MP1 ASF VOX
FLAC size: 1230 mb | MP3 size: 1146 mb | WMA size: 1517 mb
Pop Stampley And The Stampley Singers – A Letter To Jesus. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. A1. A Letter To Jesus. A2. Storm In Your Life. A3. I Don't Want To Run Alone. A4. I'm So Glad I'm On Jesus Side. B2. People In The Market Place. B3. Who Do You Blame.
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Read how Micah Stampley triumphed and became successful songwriter, singer and minister of music for the Lord. Read about what he achieved and accomplished. He was influenced by several well-known music artists. He enjoyed music by Michael W. Smith, Pastor Shirley Caesar, the Winans and the late Pastor Andrae Crouch. He also listened to secular music artists. The future triumphs of Micah Stampley were preceded by tragedy. For years he experienced a loss of direction.
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Mojim Lyrics Americas singers Micah Stampley Love Never Fails Come to Jesus. Don't be afraid to crawl And remember when we walk sometimes we fall So fall on Jesus Fall on Jesus Fall on Jesus and live Sometimes the way is lonely And steep and filled with pain So if your sky is dark and pours the rain Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim. com Then cry to Jesus Cry to Jesus Cry to Jesus
Joe Stampley (born June 6, 1943, Springhill, Webster Parish, Louisiana) is an American country music singer. Stampley, Jr. (1920–2000) and Mary E. Stampley (1924–2004). In the 1960s, Stampley was the main singer for the rock group, The Uniques (not to be confused with the Jamaican and doo-wop groups with the same name). The Uniques were based out of Shreveport, about fifty-five miles southwest of Springhill, and began performing in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas
|A1||A Letter To Jesus|
|A2||Storm In Your Life|
|A3||I Don't Want To Run Alone|
|A4||I'm So Glad I'm On Jesus Side|
|B1||Got The News|
|B2||People In The Market Place|
|B3||Who Do You Blame|