The Lord's Prayer - Old English

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  1. Robert Snow

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    Very interesting. I have tried to read Old English, but it's very hard. And I didn't have a clue what I was saying. LOL

    It's amazing how the language has changed.
     
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    Robert...

    Thanks for the link.

    I have Scottish roots (going back to Edinburgh, 1450 A.D., that I know about). Here are Gaelic Psalms at Back Free Church, Isle Of Lewis, Scotland. They are similar to the lined-out singing of some Old Regular Baptist and United Baptist services I have had the honor of attending in Eastern Kentucky.

    I love this from the bottom of my heart.

    ...Bob
     
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    This sounds just like my wife does when I'm not paying attention to what she is saying! :laugh:
     
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    Thats Interesting Bob....thanks, I will send this to my wife & mother as they are from Scotland (though Ive never heard them speak a word of (Gaelic) . Ive gone to similar services from my people (Welsh) in Eastern Pa....some of the church's there teach the old language & do services in it.
     

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