Enemy of the Cross

Label
Adam's Road
Running length
12 tracks
Running time
52:51

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Saved By Grace free download 4:14 4
2 Living Sacrifice free download 4:09 3
3 Baptized free download 3:39 2
4 One free download 4:11 2
5 Live By Faith free download 4:52 2
6 I'll Tell You Right Now free download 3:30 3
7 Enemy of the Cross free download 4:46 3
8 Jehovah's Witness free download 3:08 5
9 It's All About Love free download 4:28 2
10 Treasures In Heaven free download 4:43 3
11 Kings In Palaces free download 4:51 2
12 Seven Woes free download 6:20 3

About this album

“Enemy Of The Cross” is the band’s third album, released in July of 2010. This album constituted a significant growth in maturity for the ministry. It outlines the path that each one of the band members took in becoming ministers of the Gospel of Grace.

The title song, “Enemy Of The Cross”, relates the story of the band members’ conversions to that of Saul of Tarsus, and how—just like Saul—they fought against the message of the cross until they received a revelation from God (through His living Word) of the error of their ways and the truthfulness of Jesus Christ. Since then they have preached the true and simple Gospel as found in the New Testament. As 1 Cor. 1:18 says, “For the preaching of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the POWER OF GOD” (emphasis added).

The rest of the songs on the album portray clearly the message of the cross. Songs like “Saved By Grace” and “Living Sacrifice” illustrate the gracious nature of God’s free gift of salvation and the role of works in a believer’s life. From the gentle “It’s All About Love” to the upbeat “Jehovah’s Witness”, this album provides a variety of flavor in a feast of the Word.

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