A Word in Defense of Raising One’s Ebenezer

Good thoughts on the hymn “Come Thou Fount” from one of my professors, Dr. Bookman.

The Rabbit Trail

I have a question for you.  Can you recite the second stanza of Robert Robinson’s ageless hymn, “Come Thou Fount”?  I will get you started, and you see if you can get through all eight lines of the poem.  Here is your clue:

 “Here I raise mine Ebenezer …

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One Response to A Word in Defense of Raising One’s Ebenezer

  1. Mike says:

    Wow! Good stuff!

    Like

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