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Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs
Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs

Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs

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Psalms. Hymns. Spiritual Songs. All are commanded. All are included.

Do you want to reawaken congregational song in your church? Do you desire to hear the voices of young and old alike worshiping together in song? Do you believe the Bible? If so, this is your hymnal.


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While other hymnals are in print, Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs stands apart as the most usable hymnal available. It is the most unique, most singable, most accurate, most biblical, most logical, and most exhaustive hymnal.

Most Unique: Perusing through its pages, you will find that Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs is unlike any hymnal you’ve ever held. With scripture references beside the systems of musick, historical sketches on hundreds of favorite lines, an exhaustive record of the lyric and tune origins and a format focused on congregational song, it is truly one of a kind.

Most Singable: From the beginning sketches of this publication, it has been tuned for congregational and family use. The keys selected are deliberately targeted for accessibility by both male and female voices. Styling and formatting have also focused on clarity of lyrics and vocal part reading, along with notations and dynamics that aid congregational song.

Most Accurate: Using modern technologies and old-fashioned legwork, the editorial team has taken great pains to ensure the attribution of authorship, origins and original lines are authentic. From the libraries of London to the archives of churches gone by, the smallest details have been validated. The result is a book with pristine lyrics as the author intended, returning mangled and forgotten lines to the hands of the redeemed.

Most Biblical: With more than 16,000 scripture references from all 66 books of the Bible, the song selections are cross-referenced to nearly any biblical sermon or theme. In addition, a supreme focus has been made to ensure the lyrics are doctrinally sound and definitively biblical.

Most Logical: Genesis opens with "In the beginning, God...." Appropriately, the hymnal opens with "O Worship the King!" as it introduces the topic of God. Topics then proceed chronologically through the godhead, creation, the birth of Christ, the gospel, the church, Christian living and more. It pinnacles in parallel with Revelation with praise in Heaven. Songs have been placed in their appropriate timeline and both young and mature Christian alike will find encouragement and learning as they proceed through the selection.

Most Exhaustive: With nearly 1,000 songs, Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs is a vast collection of hymnody. It covers more than twelve centuries of past labours and reaches across topics that are omitted from nearly every modern publication. These works transcend numerous peoples and languages and have been handed down for centuries to our present day.

6.5 x 9.25
1.75 inches thick

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Mercy de Leon
Love it!!

I’ve been going through it a little and I love that it has a short story at the end of the page (for some hymns)!!
I also like to be able to know all the verses for the Hymns!
It will be a huge blessing!!
Thanks and God bless!

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Stephen Higgins
Amazing hymnal for personal use. Benefits are greater than the faults.

This hymnal is interesting. It certainly does live up my expectations. I received it shortly after placing my order, and the package was in good condition. I like the bookmarks included with it, as they help when reading through the hymnal.

This hymnal is the "most unique" hymnal I have seen. This is good and bad. The pros are the layout of hymnal, the lengthy preface+introduction (compared to most hymnals), and the additional information given on many hymns. The cons are mostly spelling related. The archaic spelling takes a while to get used to (e.g. musick for music, publick for public, Messias for Messiah). This choice is strange. The publisher changes the spelling of these words to conform to the "letter of the scriptures", as stated in the introduction. The Scripture mentioned is the KJV, yet I doubt that even those that read the KJV only spell these words this way.

It is "singable"; the key choices are good for congregational singing.

It is, for 99% of the hymns, the "most accurate" hymnal. I was surprised how hymns such as #59 "Praise Him, Praise Him, Jesus our Blessed Redeemer" and #461 "The Solid Rock" are so drastically different from what are in most modern hymnals. The originals are much better. However, I was disappointed that #20 "Come Thou Fount" does not have certain quatrains in the original (e.g. "Sorr'wing I shall be in spirit /Til released from death and sin..."). Hymn #920 also removed the Catholic line "Fruit of the mystic rose, / And of the rose, the stem" for a more Protestant (and biblical) line.

The hymnal is "biblical" for the most part, and "exhaustive" to a great extreme. However, it is disappointing to see topics such as the "Rapture of the Church" and "The Millennial Kingdom", giving the hymnal a decidedly Baptist tone. What's even stranger is that hardly any of the hymns in the "Rapture" section are about the rapture, but rather, just given a verse from 1 Thes. 4 as a reference (e.g. hymns #899, #903, #906, #911 etc), Hymns #941 "Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken" and #947 "Joy to the World" are in the "Millennial Kingdom" section, instead of in "The Church" and "The Birth of Christ", respectively.

Overall, the hymnal is a good hymnal for personal use and limited church use. The great benefits of this hymnal over-weigh its faults. If you need a good canon of hymns with original lyrics, and some new hymns to introduce to your congregations, this will be a wonderful hymnal.

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Glenn Palmer
Outstanding Hymnal!

I’ve never seen a hymnal that was so complete and thorough. I’ve already given one as a gift and have a couple more in mind that would really appreciate it. I love that so many of the songs have additional verses that had been missing in other hymnals. I am a “senior” citizen who is learning music theory along with piano, mandolin and acoustic bass guitar and the only thing “missing” is chord notation which would help string players of guitar, resophonic guitar, banjo, mandolin and bass. I’m learning, but my mind isn’t as quick as it ought to be.
This is my favorite hymnal!

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Josue Mutamba
Absolutely love it

I think the book is amazing, I love the fact that it has all the verses and the history of the song/writers is a real blessing to read

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Mike A.
Psalms Hymns and Spiritual Songs

I bought this for my wife, she loves everything about it! Thank you for developing this wonderful book!