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Beautiful Great One declares the beauty of our Creator and the gifts He has given us. Several different native languages with English translations are used in this album to make it a truly unique worship experience.
"There is a sound that Heaven expresses...there is a cry of redemption that the land expresses. When these two meet, God's Glory begins to be heard in the earth realm. Jonathan Maracle and his team have captured this sound in this incredible CD by Broken Walls. Only the Host People of the land can help us to fully enter into the worship dynamic that God is requiring from His covenant people. As I listened to the music and the words in 'Heart of Rescue,' I found myself ascending into a place where I felt the shadow of God's wings. In this season of conflict in the earth, the expression of worship in this CD prepares us for days ahead."—Dr. Chuck Pierce, VP of Global Harvest Ministries and President of Glory of Zion International Ministries
"Jonathan's latest release of Creator inspired songs will both grip and stir the warrior heart of each listener, as well as lead those whose spirits are restless to where 'the waters are still.'
This collection of culturally sensitive and Christ-honoring songs proclaim to the world that the kingdom of darkness will succumb to the advancing kingdom of His dear Son! 'And they sent out singers before the army to praise the Lord.' (II Chronicles 20:21) Even so come Lord Jesus! Come in worship, come in music, come in power, come to establish your kingdom in our hearts!"—Ross Maracle, Director/Host of Spirit Alive TV and Pastor of the Gathering Place in Toronto
Broken Walls is led by Jonathan Maracle, a Mohawk from Tyendinaga Territory in Ontario, Canada. Jonathan is a 6 Time CAMA (Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards) winner and won in 2007, the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Award for Best Instrumental Album. He has also played for the Queen and at the Opening of the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.
Broken Walls' ministry motto is "Breaking Walls Of Separation." They desire to break walls of division through worship and to demonstrate a message that restores dignity and brings healing to the broken hearted. Through reconciliation, they want to see people of every tribe, tongue and nation be lifted up to their place in the Body of Christ, for the healing and empowerment of the whole Body of Christ.