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October 12, 2020



I love Fosdick's hymn - always been fascinated by the fact he wrote it in 1930 for the dedication of Riverside church, built with a substantial gift from J D Rockefeller...and yet still refers to being 'rich in things and poor in soul'. I wonder how JDR reacted to that line? But it is a challenging hymn, and one with words very appropriate now, for 'the living of these days'

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