On the table she laid her little testament and hymnbook
, kept a vase always full of the best flowers Laurie brought her, and came every day to `sit alone' thinking good thoughts, and praying the dear God to preserve her sister.
Beauties of the Spectator," "Rasselas," "Economy of Human Life," "Gregory's Letters,"--she knew the sort of matter that was inside all these; the "Christian Year,"--that seemed to be a hymnbook
, and she laid it down again; but
The basic sound material for the electro-acoustic treatment of this picture was an organ recording of Kabelac's arrangement of the famous Hussite song, written some time around 1419 and preserved in the Jistebnice Hymnbook
20) Some were translated from the Primitive Methodist hymnbook
, some from the Shona, and several were newly written to African rhythms and tunes.
Among Baptists, there has existed a sense of self-sufficiency: Baptist Seminary, Baptist Clinic, Baptist Book Store, Baptist Bibliography, Baptist Hymnbook
Some would say that a hymnbook
is next to the Bible.
The Presbyterian Book of Praise has been used in the past, while the current hymnbook
is Voices United.
As Queens Park Rangers sank to the bottom of the pile again, there were no carols at Loftus Road, just Midlands missionaries belting out The Lord's My Shepherd, better known as Psalm 23 in your hymnbook
Parker (Having a say in songs we sing, September letters) concerning the changes made to the Naval Hymn in the Common Praise hymnbook
There is not a hymnbook
in the place so there is no fumbling, page-turning or whispering for direction.
Bell had a hand in the creation of the fourth edition of the Church of Scotland's hymnbook
Looking through the card, as this part-owner constantly does, all sorts of other horses keep shouting out: the Stoute horse Flawed Genius, Cecil's Rattan, Meehan's Hurricane Hymnbook
and Michael Jarvis's Yaddree.