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Day 2 ~ 30 Hymns of Praise

30 Hymns of Praise is my attempt to re-introduce people to some awesome hymns that have gone to missing in most worship services. My daughter shared with me recently that while she was in Canada on a mission trip they visited a church that sang from the hymnal. She and her friend sang right along with them but the other team members did not know the songs. They were amazed that Mikaela and Brooklyn knew them well. I’ll have to thank the music directors from our present and previous churches. Thanks Randy & Carol AND Gary & Nancy.

I realize that it is now November 2, but I thought it was worth choosing a Reformation Day song today; after all, we were all so busy celebrating the pagan holiday. :{

Martin Luther posted his 95 thesis on October 31 (All Saints Day) in 1517 which sparked the Protestant Reformation, hence,  “Reformation Day,” not to be confused with “Hallowed ‘Eve’n” or “Halloween.” Luther wrote “Ein Feste Burg,” or “A Mighty Fortress is our God.” A hymn we seldom if ever sing anymore. Enjoy this beautiful rendition.

If you missed yesterday’s hymn, It was a medley by the Booth Brothers (awesome group). The medley includes Wonderful Peace, How Great Thou Art, and The Old Rugged Cross.  Here it is again! 🙂

30 Hymns of Praise is my attempt to re-introduce people to some

awesome hymns that have gone to missing in most worship services.

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