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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 hymn and two hundred and forty-nine others with inspiring ring and tuneful harmony, make up thi
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THE BADGE OF ROYALTY
Men are proud to wear badges that identify them with kings.
To have a "decoration” bestowed by a monarch is to hold a great prize.
But kings get their power through inheritance-how much more honorable is it to win power by strength of character.
Martin Luther was born a peasant, but he has exerted greater power than any king the world has ever seen.
Wear his badge and read the secret of his power in the description he wrote of that emblem.