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hymnal

a book of hymns
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this hymnal, British hymnologist John Richard Watson (1934-) noted that
However, Baring-Gould's original words are used in most modern hymnals.
Though the ABPS committee that endorsed publication of the hymnal included four Baptists from the South, the book appears to have met with lesser acceptance in that region.
The church has put a hymnal and prayer book up for sale.
Blaevoet said her company could transcribe the hymnal into Braille.
8) It served as the basis for the Amana Church Hymnal of 1992.
Try providing coat hooks above or below the hymnal shelves so people can hang up their coats and stay awhile.
When the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod backed out of the Lutheran Book of Worship in the late '70s, after the idea behind this hymnal had been theirs in the first place, Schalk refused the Synod's call to create a substitute version for Missouri, in these words: "I am returning this call because I am unwilling to preside over the demise of the Lutheran Book of Worship in the Missouri Synod.
The task of writing a critical review of the hymnal will fall to someone else.
Seven years later, a 3M colleague, Art Fry, became frustrated with paper bookmarks that continually slipped from the pages of his church hymnal, and he sought something that would stay put.
A hymn in the Christian Science hymnal begins: "God is working His purpose out, as year succeeds to year .
AN EXCITING opportunity to sing along with the new Nicholson Organ at Llandaff Cathedral is being offered to choirs and singers on Saturday, July 10, when cathedral organist Richard Moorhouse will play one verse from each of the 500 hymns in the New English Hymnal.