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Thursday, March 18, 2010 

Time Out Episode 57

Dan over at Necessary Roughness has the newest Time Out; Time Out, Episode 57 posted.

The Scripture reading for this episode is Ruth 1:1-18 and the hymn is “I Bind Unto Myself Today” found on page 604 in the Lutheran Service Book. This beautifully Trinitarian hymn is actually from the pen of St. Patrick himself.

I have it on pretty good authority that Dan and Kantor Beethe did an amazing job on “I Bind unto Myself Today” also known as St. Patrick’s Breastplate and one of the most difficult hymns to sing in our hymnal.

Be sure to stop by, say howdy, and thank Dan for doing such a great job on Time Out, Episode 57!

Previous Time Out episodes:

Time Our Episode 56
Time Our Episode 55
Time Our Episode 54
Time Our Episode 53
Time Our Episode 52
Time Our Episode 51


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