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God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse Setting & Symbolism

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Empty Pitchersappears in Listen, Lord--A Prayer

Those waiting to hear the preacher's sermon are described as empty pitchers wanting to be filled by the Lord.

Heavenappears in Listen, Lord--A Prayer

Heaven is the place of reward where all Christians hope to spend eternity with God after their death.

Milk-white Horseappears in Listen, Lord--A Prayer

The Lord is depicted as riding a milk-white horse.

Hellappears in Listen, Lord--A Prayer

Hell is the place where those who do not profess a belief in Christ will spend their eternity after death in pain and sorrow.

Bread of Lifeappears in Listen, Lord--A Prayer

The Word of God, or the truths discussed in the Christian Bible, is often referred to in Christian terminology as the bread of life.

Hell's Iron Gateappears in The Prodigal Son

Hell's iron gate is the fixture that the prodigal son will eventually...

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