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read from the same hymn book

To have the same understanding, thought process, or amount of knowledge (about something) as someone else. A less-common variant of "sing from the same hymn book." We all need to be reading from the same hymn book before we try to present this idea to the boss. I think it would help if both parents attended the presentation. That way, you'll both be reading from the same hymn book when it comes time to implement what we talk about.
See also: book, hymn, read, same

read from the same page

To have the same understanding, thought process, or amount of knowledge (about something) as someone else. We all need to be reading from the same page before we try to present this idea to the boss. I think it would help if both parents attended the presentation. That way, you'll both be reading from the same page when it comes time to implement what we talk about.
See also: page, read, same

sing from the same hymn book

To have the same understanding, thought process, or amount of knowledge (about something) as someone else. We all need to be singing from the same hymn book before we try to present this idea to the boss. I think it would help if both parents attended the presentation. That way, you'll both be singing from the same hymn book when it comes time to implement what we talk about.
See also: book, hymn, same, sing

sing from the same hymnbook

To have the same understanding of something as someone else; to say the same things about something as other people, especially in public. Primarily heard in UK. I think we should have a meeting with everyone who's involved in the project. That way, we'll all be singing from the same hymnbook before we begin. Make sure everyone from the campaign is singing from the same hymnbook before we release any kind of statement to the press.
See also: hymnbook, same, sing

sing off the same hymnbook

To have the same understanding of something as someone else; to say the same things about something as other people, especially in public. Primarily heard in UK. I think we should have a meeting with everyone who's involved in the project. That way, we'll all be singing off the same hymnbook before we begin. Make sure everyone on the campaign is singing off the same hymnbook before we release any kind of statement to the press.
See also: hymnbook, off, same, sing

read from the same page

 and sing from the same hymnbook
Cliché share the same understanding of something. Okay, I think we are reading from the same page now. We can discuss the future of this project more productively.
See also: page, read, same
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The hymnal, then, is the "sung Bible" of those who "sing a new song to the Lord." And I conclude that in the Bible on the mantle, and the hymnbook next to it, we find two key pillars of Baptist spirituality.
Access is by tune (name, meter, and incipit), composer, author, arranger, poetic meter, hymnbook number, and source.
His radio show, The Hymnbook, combined Cooper's love for music, faith and radio.
On the other hand, Martin Petzoldt's two contributions, "Liturgical and Theological Aspects" and "Bible, Hymnbook, and Worship Service," are rigorous scholarly studies that could scarcely have been conceived with the casual reader in mind.
Will we yawn, stretch, and reach for a hymnbook? This Sunday Jesus will tell us again, "Therefore you also must be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an unexpected hour." Will we check the sky on the way out of church?
Fast Company won a Group 3 and finished second in the Dewhurst, Sharp Nephew won a Listed race, City Leader was second in a Group 3 and won a Group 2 on his third start, Queen Scarlet was fourth in a Group 3, and Hurricane Hymnbook finished second to subsequent Group 3 winner Ibn Khaldun.
THANKS TO A GROUP of Baptist volunteers in Rochester, New York, Presbyterians in Canada can purchase the Book of Praise in braille for nearly the same price as a typical hymnbook.
Jerome's crisp finishing and strike partner Chucho Benitez's box of tricks proved an irresistible combination for the Blues But Pompey fans defiantly went through their Wembley hymnbook in the knowledge that home defeats are the least of their worries when ruinous nine-point deductions and liquidation remain on the menu.
Ascot: 1.10 Spirit Of Sharjah, 1.45 Brisk Breeze, 2.20 Ladies Best, 3.00 Ibn Khaldun, 3.35 Hurricane Hymnbook, 4.10 Zero Tolerance, 4.40 Corridor Creeper.
But Pompey fans defiantly went through their FA Cup hymnbook in the knowledge a below-par home defeat was the worst of their worries when ruinous nine-point deductions or liquidation are still on the menu.
While contemporary or praise and worship music occupies only a small portion of the hymnbook, it represents a growing movement in the church, and deserves a place in the discussion as we contemplate our future.
Slowly into her stride when a promising seventh to Hurricane Hymnbook on her debut over 6f here 17 days ago but has come on for that run and Saeed Bin Suroor has his juveniles in great form.
Well backed, made most of the running and hit 1.11, but pegged back by the fast-finishing Hurricane Hymnbook
Now, I find the new hymnbook difficult to sing and worship from.
What I have seen of the new hymnbook thus far commends itself to me, even though I suspect that, as with the 1972 Book of Praise, there will be some songs we may never sing in our congregation.