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Songs to Soften the Sad Times By Janice Kapp Perry

Musically treating the subjects of death, depression, loneliness, sin and abuse is an interesting challenge, but the endeavor has taught me about our hope in Jesus Christ. Perhaps these songs can help to bring you the same experience.

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