There are resources to finding hymns at the back of most contemporary hymnbooks
The 'Preface' from Johnson's hymnbook
, for example, highlighted its ecumenical nature and provided a valuable idea concerning which tunes were becoming accessible to the various Christian traditions in the colony.
Here is a tried-but-true cliche: Getting everyone to sing out of the same hymnbook
is key to a harmonious board.
It is important to put in place a governance structure that ensures that all the different disciplines in your organization are "singing off the same hymnbook
Based on traditional Protestant spirituality, The Book of Praise also references the name of the Presbyterian Church of Canada's hymnbook
, thus signalling a deeper, personal significance.
He says the Coventry Carol wasn't included in the standard volume of Hymns Ancient and Modern of Songs of Praise, the secondary school hymnbook
of his childhood.
Ten years later, colleague Arthur Fry, from Minnesota, used the "useless" glue to stop his paper bookmark falling out of his hymnbook
in the church choir.
Fifth, the tone quality may be light and pure or a nasal, country twang, but the phrasing is invariably legato except for the final note, which is cut off quickly rather than held, despite the fact that one Amish hymnbook
notated the final as a long note (Yoder 1942, 13).
So it's a bit rich to have a go at Hampden or the SFA when they are signing from the same commercial hymnbook
Inter viewed around the North west, industry representatives and lobbyists are singing from the same hymnbook
about tinderbox conditions that, they say, are the result of environmentalist hand-wringing and misguided USFS fire-prevention policies.
I know there are some on the left who thrill to hear anyone denouncing big corporations, but we need to hear the whole Buchanan song, not just the verse he stole from our hymnbook
This way both of us are "singing out of the same hymnbook
," as we often say in Tennessee.
Later, in church, while we were all singing "Strange Are Thy Ways," with me sitting at the end of the Peak family pew and Ann Peak beside me in the aisle in her wheelchair, that she leaned over behind her hymnbook
and told me I really must be the world's lousiest lawyer.
This ensures that all levels of employees are, in effect, singing from the same hymnbook
," Utiger said.
Also, the Sialkot Convention Hymnbook
recommends using Psalm 24 at the taking of Holy Communion, which, however, is seldom actually done.