12 June 2011

Pr. Johnson

linked to this on ALPB as we discussed Pentecost hymns.  That's a fine rendition of Luther's great hymn:

5 comments:

The Rev. BT Ball said...

You really are a baby boomer aren't you?

William Weedon said...

Hey, if thinking this is a nice adaptation of Luther's hymn makes me a boomer, then yeah. I think it's a fine presentation - it totally captures the spirit of the piece - the plea for the strength just to make it to the end of the race.

Pastor Peasant said...

I think what is interesting is that it looks like it being sung around Christmas - notice the trees and what looks like poinsettias. I wonder what the context is? The Annunciation? If so, pretty cool to connect this hymn to that event - I hadn't thought of that before.

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J.G.F. said...

We had Dave Horn at our church three years ago. He gave a great concert. Nice mix of music, plus a lot of fun for the kids and adults alike.