Episode 39 features the hymn "Abide, O Dearest Jesus" (LSB 919). Southern Lutheran Kantor uses the organ's strings and chimes to showcase the melody.
I am not sure how this one ended up in the "Close of Service" section of the hymnal. If I had to pick a section, probably it would be "Prayer" or "Evening."
Then again, the hymn on the opposite page is also in the "Close of Service" section and it contains the line, "Open now the crystal fountain whence the healing stream doth flow..." When this hymn comes up as a closing, I wonder why we would ask this of our Lord after receiving Absolution, the Word and the Eucharist. In the words of Arsenio Hall, it kind of makes you go... hmmmm...
On a more serious note, Episode 40 features the hymn "In God My Faithful God" (LSB 745). I would like to highlight Rev. Todd Peperkorn's book I Trust When Dark the Road. The title is drawn from the second line of this hymn. For those who are struggling with depression (sometimes you don't even know that you are, but your life is just a mess and you can't figure out why), this book offers help. Pastor Peperkorn has pulled through his own bout with depression, and offers scriptural insights.
Another beautiful thing about this book is that it is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD here.