O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL

Kick start your holiday season with Jeremy’s original – never before heard – version of “O Come All Ye Faithful”

http://jeremyhorn.bandcamp.com/track/o-come-all-ye-faithful-single

There are only 500 free downloads of Jeremy’s “O Come All Ye Faithful” at the link above. Once those run out, you’ll still be able to get the song for free here:

http://ardentrecords.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/O-Come-All-Ye-Faithful.mp3

EMBRACE THE CROSS

Experience the powerful worship anthem “Embrace the Cross” – from his live album, We Welcome You In available only at HearitFirst.com

http://www.hearitfirst.com/1clickdownloads/download.aspx?iid=1049026

WE WELCOME YOU IN

If you dig these tunes, we guarantee you’ll love the entire We Welcome You In album – at the irresistible price of $4.99

Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/We-Welcome-You-In/dp/B003T45V3A/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=dmusic&qid=1290118085&sr=8-3

iTunes:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/we-welcome-you-in/id378507996?uo=4

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