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The Heralds


Don't Give Up!



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Gospel, Vocal



The Heralds - Don't Give Up! album download


A1 Praise The Lord 3:18
A2 If People 3:12
A3 Could It Be God's Love 3:18
A4 Eagle Song 3:20
A5 Rise Again 3:26
B1 Look How Far You've Come 3:48
B2 New Life 1:52
B3 Broken And Still 3:47
B4 How You Tried Jesus 2:42
B5 The Kingdom Of The Lord 4:31


  • Baritone Vocals – Jack Veazey
  • Bass Vocals – Jim Ayars
  • Piano, Arranged By – Jim Teel
  • Tenor Vocals – Jerry Patton, John Ramsey

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S5447, S1001 The Heralds* Don't Give Up! ‎(LP) Chapel, Acclaim S5447, S1001 US 1982
S1001 The Heralds* Don't Give Up! ‎(LP, Album) Acclaim S1001 US 1982

Don't Give Up" is a song written by English musician Peter Gabriel and recorded as a duet with Kate Bush for Gabriel's fifth solo studio album So (1986). The single version was released as the second single from the album in the UK in 1986 and as the fifth single in the United States in 1987. It spent eleven weeks in the UK Top 75 chart in 1986, peaking at #9.

Don't Give Up" is a song by British electronic music artist Chicane, featuring vocals recorded by Canadian singer Bryan Adams. It was released on 6 March 2000 as the second single from Chicane's second studio album Behind the Sun. The song peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart and became a popular dance track in clubs across Europe and North America.

Dont Give Up The Fight feat Andrea Montorsi Original Mix. Argy. Give It Up (Don't Make Me Wait) (Album Version).

S heralds - let the heaven light shine on me (18:10) the king´s heralds - I'LL Be there in the mornin' (21:13) the king´s heralds - blind man stood on the road (23:40) the king´s heralds - two wings (26:36) the king´s heralds - angels watchin' Over me (29:57) the king´s heralds - 'tis our savior (31:58). The king´s heralds - were you there (33:52). The kings heralds songs and the classic heritage singers were the music played every time he conducted an evangelistic crusade. Many souls were brought to the fold of Jesus they still alive except Bob Edwards passed away on 2005. about 7 months ago. Yance Nayoan In reply to paul walangitan.

Don't Give Up on Me is a studio album by R&B/Soul singer Solomon Burke, recorded and released in 2002 on Fat Possum Records. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album. It is noteworthy for the contributions of original and previously unreleased compositions by top-rank songwriters, the effect of which placed Burke back in the public eye for a time.

Don’t Give Up Lyrics. Walk away don't say good-bye Turn around don't let it die Love will find the way to you Feelings and emotions Are just like stormy ocean Can you stay the way you are Heaven knows you come so far Love will find the way to you So promise me forever There'll never be a never. Baby don't don't give up If your heart is broken Make a brand-new start Baby don't don't give up Count to ten Start again

But not only did Lawrence’s surviving crew give up the ship almost immediately afterward, historians and military analysts would later conclude that Lawrence committed tactical blunders that all but guaranteed he and his ship would lose. Rather than a heroic stand, what took place that day and after was one of the most spectacular-and fraudulent-public relations coups in American military history. 200 years ago, on June 1, 1813, in the midst of a bloody sea battle between an American and a British frigate a few miles north of Boston, one of America’s most memorable wartime slogans was born. As the mortally wounded Captain James Lawrence of the US frigate Chesapeake lay dying in his cabin, his crew locked in hand-to-hand combat on the quarterdeck above, he is alleged to have uttered the memorable words: Don’t give up the ship!

How many Heralds appear in The Way of Kings. More than you might expect. I think at least one or two Heralds are with the Parshendi. I don't think it's a coincidence that the knife Kaladin finds on their corpses in the Chasm Duty chapter has a picture of what he thinks is either Jezerezeh or Nalan. Well the fact that Heralds believed that they had to give them up to escape the Oathpact is enough evidence for me. The main bullet hole for me is that the Heralds were already involved in the Oathpact. The blades may even have been involved also.

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