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March 13, 2014

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angalmond

One of the unexpected joys of lay preaching is that when I go to little village chapels, with tiny [mostly elderly] congregations, they LOVE singing these precious old hymns, and so Watts, Wesley and Bonar get plenty of 'airtime'.

Lenten blessings !!

Catriona

A beautiful post and a wonderful hymn... sung at least once a year where I am... so the Universitry Challenge reference is a little bit troubling!!

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