While on tour in Argentina, Moses Hogan’s “The Battle of Jericho” was one of our “Pocket Songs.” This meant that we either had to have it memorized or have a copy of it with us at all times, so if the opportunity presented itself, we could sing it anywhere.
In the Argentina tour’s movie it became an encore presentation when we sang it at the San Ignacio Miní ruins. This Jesuit mission site was started in 1696. What is most notable is that we were singing in front of walls that definitely were tumbling down, though not from a battle with Joshua, but a battle with time.
Be sure to watch for the dog that was quite interested in what we were doing.