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THE HYMN THAT HELPED MAKE A GOVERNOR
A youth entered Gustavus Adolphus College with the purpose of taking a brief business course.
The singing of “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” by three hundred voices in the chapel of the College so impressed the young man that he determined to continue his studies and get all the College could give him.
That young man is now Governor Eberhart of Minnesota.
After noting the facts, the editor of one of Minnesota's leading secular newspapers writes: "In the song he found the germ that made him Governor in less than twenty years. Four hundred years had not ended the power of the Luther hymn : it was still potent to make men men."
This hyman, and two hundred and forty-nine others with inspiring ring and tuneful harmony, make up the
LUTHER LEAGUE HYMNAL
LUTHER LEAGUE REVIEW
Ideal Gift Books for Lutheran Young People
Erplanation of The Common Service
In the form of questions and answers comprehensively and
clearly given, With Appendioos on Ohristian Aymody und Liturgieal
Color and a Glossary of Liturgical Torms.
Every Lutheran will no doubt admit that Lutheran young people should be familiar with the early history of their church and the lives of the great Lutherans of Europe and America. We also believe those who have read the books will agree with us, when we say NO BETTER BOOKS CAN BE FOUND to acquire this knowledge than the "Lutheran Handbook Series."
While we speak of them as particularly val. uable for young folks, they are in no sense “Juvenile" books, but will be equally appreciated by all. The titles are: Gustavus Adolphus. By Harriet E. Monroe. Pastor Louis Harms. By Mary E. Ireland. Luther the Reformer. By C. E. Hay, D.D. Henry Melchior Muhlenberg.
By W. K. Frick, D.D. Protestant Church in Germany:
By Prof. George H. Schodde, Ph.D. Reformation Dawn.
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This book is the direct result of Luther League Devotional Study and has been prepared by a committee of Liturgical Scholars appointed by a District Luther League. It should be widely read and studied by all young and old Lutherans.
No question concerning our Services remains unanswered.
In the preparation of this Explanation the Standard sources have been consulted. Whatever seemed well adapted to explain the meaning and the connection of the several parts of the Service of the Church was freely used.
The book is 844 by 84 inches, printed in red and black, the portions from the Church book being in red, while the Explanation portion is in black, on fine Or. ford laid paper with wide margins. It is to be had in two styles of bindings.
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