Sunday, March 18, 2007

Lutheran Shirts

From the Old Lutheran website. Gotta love this for a confirmation gift...

Also a fan of this:

And this:

And quick...without looking them the LBW hymns THIS shirt is referring to (my LBW's at the office, but I'm pretty sure I know these...I'll leave a comment in the comments area with my knee-jerk answers):



LutheranHusker said...

Here's my hymn guesses:

294: Built on a Rock The Church Shall Stand

377: Lift High The Cross

165: Holy, Holy Holy

229: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (the one with the singable melody...228's truer to the original meter but danged tough to sing!)

LutheranHusker said...

YES!!!! Got to the office a while ago, but just now thought to doublecheck the hymn numbers.

HOWEVER, for those of you playing along with ELW, the correct answers would have been:

294: In the Bleak Midwinter

377: Alleluia! Jesus Is Risen! (to the tune of "Earth And All Stars," text by Herb Brokering...great hymn...check it out sometime)

165: This Is The Feast (In ELW, Hymns #151-238 are all service music)

229: Joyous Light of Glory (service music again, a classic Vespers text)

OR conversely,

Built on a Rock: ELW #652
Lift High the Cross: ELW #660
Holy, Holy, Holy: ELW #413
A Mighty Fortress(the good one): ELW #504

mark said...

I have the Luther is my Homeboy shirt, as well as ones about a Lutheran Breakdancing competition and a Lutheran Foosball tournament.

Also, did you notice on the "This Is My Lutheran Shirt" that some of the letters a a bit more filled in than the others? If you only read those, it says "Hi Im Lutheran." I found that out at the National Youth Gathering when I happened to be sitting at the same table as Dave Hunstad, who runs Old Lutheran.

Trish said...

That's a sweet shirt, dude! Yeah. Too bad it's 9 month til Christmas... :)

weronkaka said...

I also love 229: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God