Singing with Inspiration – Lesson 1:

The introduction to this quarters lessons commences with Martin Luther (page 4), therefore, how could we not start with the amazing hymn written by him in 1529, Hymn 506, “A Mighty Fortress”.

Our first Memory Text of the final quarter for 2017, brings to mind:
Hymn 559, “Now Thank We All Our God”.

Paul states “So have I strived to preach the gospel” (Romans 15:20, 21) stirring our souls to sing
Hymn 378, “Go, Preach My Gospel”.

With all the many journeys of Paul, one can envisage
Hymn 441, “I Saw One Weary” being sung as well as
Hymn 568, “Make Me a Captive, Lord”.

Wednesday’s lesson on Saints will share a number of hymns with us:

Hymn 165, “Look You Saints! The Sight Is Glorious”,
Hymn 409, “Jesus Invites His Saints”,
Hymn 421, “For All the Saints”,
Hymn 598, “Watch, Ye Saints” or
Hymn 622, “Come, Come, Ye Saints”.

Thursday shows the believers in Rome to have a strong faith:
Hymn 304, “Faith of Our Fathers”,
Hymn 417, “My Faith Looks Up to Thee”,
Hymn 523, “My Faith Has Found a Resting Place”.

Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ – Romans 1:7

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