Guitar Lead Sheet part from Across The Sea of Galilee

page one of the Guitar Lead Sheet part from Across The Sea of Galilee

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Full details

In 1985 I was blessed to go on a tour vacation with my wife to visit the Holy Land. While touring through many of the towns and locations of the gospels of our Lord, I was inspired by the Holy Spirit to compose some more of his music. This I did when I returned home which added to my repertoire of nearly 200 songs and music compositions for Jesus. The music of "Across The Sea of Galilee", strictly an instrumental was one of them. Just imagine being on a boat floating across the sea of Galilee with Jesus and all of a sudden a storm takes place, but then by his command he calms the sea again.


Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Other
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