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Saturday, July 24, 2010 

Time Out Episode 75 Goes Into Overtime!

Dan over at Necessary Roughness has the newest Time Out: Time Out, Episode 75 posted.

The Scripture reading for this episode is from Amos 9 with commentary from the Kretzmann Commentary Series on Amos and Obadiah. The hymn this time is “We All Believe in One True God” found on page 954 in the Lutheran Service Book with a Bonus Bumper: Mozart – Requiem, “Dies Irae”.

The reading from Amos contains both Law and Gospel in that the booth/shelter of David, God’s people will be repaired and raised up, never to be uprooted again.

The hymn for this episode is Martin Luther’s catechism hymn for the Apostles’ Creed and definitely worth your time to replay and commit to memory. There are not many hymns that teach the faith as much as Luther’s catechism hymns and perhaps the Te Deum laudamus

If all that wasn’t enough… Time Out goes into overtime with submissions from listeners celebrating Dan’s birthday and the podcast’s 75th anniversary!

Be sure to stop by, say howdy, and thank Dan for doing such a great job on Time Out, Episode 75 and wish him a happy birthday while you’re at it!



Previous Time Out episodes:

Time Out Episode 74
Time Out Episode 73
Time Out Episode 72

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