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With powerful and moving moments, Master's Voice brings hope to the weary and finds peace in the Gospel.

Song Titles:

Let Us Not Grow Weary

He’s Coming Back

Things Only God Can Do

Thinking Outside The Grave

Five Minutes

This Same Jesus

Peace Like A River

At Home

Pray Through Me

Because I Said So

Last Of The Last Days

Took It All Away


Release Date: January 10, 2020.



Master’s Voice is finding comfort in God’s promises on “Solace,” their newest CD release. With powerful and moving moments, Master’s Voice brings hope to the weary and finds peace in the Gospel. “Solace” recognizes there will be life after death, and therefore it isn’t something to be feared.

Solace begins with “Let Us Not Grow Weary,” a song about keeping a positive attitude and spreading God’s word, even when the world is a difficult place. This is followed by “He’s Coming Back,” the first radio single from the album, which details Christ’s return to Earth. In the song, lead T.J. Evans shares how joyful that day will be for those headed to their eternal home as he sings, “Why should I worry with the sinful world / I’m getting ready to leave / He’s coming back, I’m going home / Soon I’m gonna see the face of the one I’ve waited for so long.”

“Solace” has quiet reverent moments with “The Things Only God Can Do,” featuring Ricky Capps marveling at God’s power and the miracles only He can accomplish, and “Pray Through Me,” describing how hopelessness can be turned over to the Holy Spirit. Songs like “Took It All Away,” featuring David Folenius, remind us to trust in God’s plan as He’s given us all we need to live and thrive before reaching Heaven.

Other tracks include “This Same Jesus,” “Peace Like A River,” and “Last Of The Last Days.” As an album, “Solace” is a statement of being at peace with God’s plan for all life and a reminder of the glories Heaven promises after death. Join Master’s Voice for this latest recording and its message of “Solace.”

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