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Run the Earth - Watch the Sky

Chris Rice

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what an album...

Come to Jesus is atleast top 3 of my favorite songs of all time. I am not talking what I like now... This song will make you reflect on the reality of life and how simple the gospel of Christ really is. I cry virtually everytime I hear it. What amazing song writing and passion to become like Christ. Chris Rice is a modern day writer of hyms. Thanks.

Amazing

This song is incredible. When i heard it for the first time, it brought tears to my eyes and i started to sing along.

Come to Jesus

I heard this song @ friend's funeral. I loved it Although it was heart-wrenching, it also made me glad. I'm sure my friend is laughing on glory's side now. The lyrics so totally HONOR JESUS!!!

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Outstanding gospel songwriter Chris Rice became a recording artist as well in 1996 after signing a contract with Michael W. Smith's own record label and releasing his debut album, Deep Enough to Dream. The son of Christian-bookstore owners from Maryland, Rice was obviously involved in the gospel industry as a child, but was also influenced by friends and relatives close to him. His songwriting career began in the mid-'80s, a full decade before he became the 1995 Christian Songwriter of the Year (according...
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