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Congratulations Rev. Joel R. Baseley
Honored by the Concordia Historical Institute to Receive
a Distinguished Service Award
at the annual banquet on November 7, 2013
In Witt'berg's tower darkened
The voice whom many hearkened,
Of Kate's man, now's retir'd.
Man's reason thus ignited
'Gainst Revelations fighted;
Man's landed in the mire.
Yet all's by plan long fated
By Him who's long been waited,
Heav'n granting, else hell's fire.
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