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Sunday, November 21, 2010 

Time Out Episode 92

Dan over at Necessary Roughness has the newest Time Out: Time Out, Episode 92 posted.

The Scripture reading for this episode is Ephesians 2 with commentary from the Kretzmann Commentary Series. The hymn this time is “The Day is Surely Drawing” found on page 508 in the Lutheran Service Book.

From Dan: As the church year nears its end and we look to the world to come, it’s prudent to remind ourselves through the Word that we are saved by grace, not of our own doing, but of the gift of God. There are works for us to do, also a gift from God, but these come after faith is given to us and renders us righteous before God.

If you haven’t stopped in and heard Dan’s Time Out episodes in a bit, do yourself a favor and see how good they are; especially the hymns (which I think he’s been knocking ‘em right out of the park!).

So, be sure to stop by, say howdy, and thank Dan for doing such a great job on Time Out, Episode 92!


Previous Time Out episodes:

Time Out Episode 91
Time Out Episode 90
Time Out Episode 89
Time Out Episode 88
Time Out Episode 87
Time Out Episode 86
Time Out Episode 85

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