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When the Levee Breaks
"When the Levee Breaks" comes from a blues song recorded by Memphis Minnie and Kansas Joe McCoy in 1929. Kansas Joe McCoy & Memphis Minnie wrote this song for the 1927 Mississippi floods that destroyed about half of the Mississippi Basin- hundreds of thousands of people lost everything and regions farms suffered major damage. The song reached maximum success in the cover by rock band Led Zeppelin. Please listen to this episode in its entirety. It is very important to hear it through to the end for your maximum encouragement. This episode gives us 7 reasons to GO ON, and live robust lives with gusto, regardless of what comes our way.
When the Levee Breaks Original
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A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY. PART I by Richard Baxter starting at page 43
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