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Walk With Me Lord!Lord Don't Move The MountainWe Shall OvercomeHe's Sweet I KnowI Found The AnswerI Can Put My Trust In JesusRun All The WayWalk In JerusalemO Little Town Of BethlehemWithout God I Could Do NothingSweet Little Jesus BoyJust A Closer Walk With TheeWhat Child Is ThisO Holy NightNearer My God To TheeCrying In The ChapelWhat Could I DoIf I Could Hear My Mother Pray AgainO Come All Ye FaithfulHoly Holy Holy!Standing Here Wondering Which Way To GoYou'll Never Walk AloneYou Must Be Born AgainGo Tell It On The MountainKeep Your Hand On The PlowDanny BoyHis Eye Is On The SparrowPut A Little Love In Your HeartNobody But JesusThat's All RightHave You Any Time For JesusThere Is A Balm In GileadI'm GratefulThere Is A FountainIntroCome To JesusA Star Stood Still (Song Of The Nativity)Silver BellsJust As I AmDig A Little DeeperPower In The BloodThe Christian's TestimonyThe Lord's PrayerThe Green Leaves Of SummerCity Called HeavenDown By The RiversideHark The Herald Angels SingJoy To The WorldAway In A MangerNobody Knows The Trouble I've SeenIn The GardenI Wonder As I WanderDear Lord, ForgiveLet The Church Roll OnIt Is Well With My SoulI Thank God For AnythingOther SongsI'm Going To Live The Life I Sing About In My SongPrayer Changes ThingsGod Be With YouBless This HouseIn The Upper RoomTrouble Of The WorldMy God Is Real (yes God Is Real)What A Friend We Have In JesusSatisfied MindHe Wants It That WayHe's My LightSpirituals & HymnsAmazing GraceDidn't It RainGreat Gettin' Up MorningHe's Got The Whole World In His Hands (live)Joshua Fit The Battle Of JerichoMove On Up A Little Higher
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Related Information for Mahalia Jackson Mahalia Jackson (October 26, 1911 – January 27, 1972) was an American gospel singer. Possessing a powerful contralto voice, she was referred to as "The Queen of Gospel". Jackson became one of the most influential gospel singers in the world and was heralded internationally as a singer and civil rights activist. She was described by entertainer Harry Belafonte as "the single most powerful black woman in the United States". She recorded about 30 albums (mostly for Colu.. read more