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You Are Mine: Best of David Haas Vol 2
David Haas
You Are Mine: Best of David Haas Vol 2
Genres: Pop, Christian, Broadway & Vocalists, Gospel
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You Are Mine: Best of David Haas Vol 2 [Audio CD] Haas, David


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All Artists: David Haas
Title: You Are Mine: Best of David Haas Vol 2
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Gia Publications
Original Release Date: 11/17/1995
Re-Release Date: 11/20/1995
Genres: Pop, Christian, Broadway & Vocalists, Gospel
Style: Traditional Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 723722211829, 785147034124


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You Are Mine: Best of David Haas Vol 2 [Audio CD] Haas, David

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My personal lifeline to God ...
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Five stars aren't nearly enough; I wish I could at least double that amount! I was going through some very rough times this summer -- a realization that I suffered from deep depression and from an addiction which I'd struggled for years to deny -- when one Sunday, as our closing hymn at Mass, the congregation sang "You Are Mine". Intellectually, I guess I'd known the Scriptural truths proclaimed by that song since childhood, but now here they were, spoken in the first person as though by God, and directed to me! The Word of God beautifully set to music, proclaiming "Do not be afraid, I am with you. I have called you each by name. Come and follow Me and I will bring you home. I love you and you are Mine!" No, I'm not going to try to tell you that listening to that one song by itself changed my whole life or solved all my problems; that took much work, much time, and God's grace. But hearing this song certainly gave me a new and wonderful perspective on the reality of God's deep and unconditional love! I rushed out and bought the CD the next day, and was delighted to find the the rest of the tracks were just as uplifting. These songs are not "sappy" or overly emotional. Most are very peppy, set to a zesty instrumental accompaniment. There isn't a song on the CD that I skip over when I play it, but if I had to pick a second favorite, it would be "We Will Drink the Cup". This has become my personal battle song in the struggles I face, and I'm certain many others will say the same after they hear it. The chorus begins with a single female vocalist proclaiming: "We will drink the cup, we will win the fight; we sill stand against the darkness of the night! We will run the race, and see God's face, and build the kingdom of love!" After each verse, more and more voices join in this chorus until these powerful affirmations are sung in beautiful harmony by what sounds like an army of believers. Whenever I find myself struggling against the urge to just give-in or let go, I mentally play back that chorus -- " ... we will win the fight; we will stand against the darkness of the night ..." -- and find the strength to hang tough for just a while longer. David Haas has my undying gratitude for this priceless, wonderful gift! I recommend this CD for anyone who's having a bad day -- or a bad life, for that matter -- and needs powerful reassurance that the Lord truly cares!!"
(5 out of 5 stars)

"No other word than amazing. I listen to this in church and it sounds fantastic coming out of the stereo.
I'm not a real religious guy but my kids are young and with all the garbage on the radio I thought they might like to hear some songs they hear at church. They love it also.
Quality and arrangements are great.
Very soothing and inspiring."
Spiritual and uplifting
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Having just returned from a David Haas Concert/Workshop, the music of all his albums have become very special. Hearing and watching him perform his music was great. He is a very spiritual and dedicated composer, his music very meaningful for him, especially "You Are Mine". This album is very good. His "Glory Day" album was taped live and has audience participation and applause. Having both CD's I prefer this one as it is more meditative and more David."