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My Hymns, In The East

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  1. Julrajas says:
    May 05,  · An Office Hymn from the East. May 5, Paul Inwood Eastern Liturgy Liturgy of the Hours. St. Symeon the New Theologian () was a mediaeval mystic in the (Greek) Byzantine tradition. He is especially known for his Hymns of Divine Love in which he explores how apophatic contemplation and Eros can be combined.
  2. Mara says:
    Thou art coming, O my Savior, Thou art coming, O my King, In Thy beauty all resplendent, In Thy glory all transcendent; Well may we rejoice and sing; Coming! In the opening east, Herald brightness slowly swells: Coming! O my glorious Priest, Hear we not Thy golden bells?
  3. Dulrajas says:
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  4. Naramar says:
    My partner and I use The Hymn Project in our ministry, "Senior Ministries of East Texas". We sing and play multiple nursing home services each month. We use The Hymn Project for singalongs on every program and we see and feel the the blessings they receive. The old Hymns will never die! They lift spirits and renew hearts.
  5. Yokasa says:
    Hymn, strictly, a song used in Christian worship, usually sung by the congregation and characteristically having a metrical, strophic (stanzaic), nonbiblical text. Similar songs, also generally called hymns, exist in all civilizations; examples survive, for instance, from ancient Sumer and Greece.
  6. Meztisar says:
    Jul 09,  · The “best-kept secret” of the East is hymnography: thousands of ancient hymns passed down in our liturgical cycles. What ones do you like? Post the lyrics or music: (from the Holy Thursday Bridegroom Matins) “We see a strange and fearful mystery accomplished today: He Whom none may touch is seized. He Who looses Adam from the curse is bound. He Who .
  7. Malashura says:
    52 rows · HYMNS FROM THE EAST BEING CENTOS AND SUGGESTIONS FROM THE SERVICE BOOKS OF THE HOLY EASTERN CHURCH WITH INTRODUCTION. BY THE REV. JOHN BROWNLIE. Author of “Hymns and Hymn Writers of the Church Hymnary,” “Hymns of the Greek Church,” “Hymns from the Greek Office Books,” “Hymns of the Holy Eastern Church,” .
  8. Shaktit says:
    History of Hymns: 'Come, Let Us with Our Lord Arise' “Come, Let Us with Our Lord Arise” is a hymn for children written by Charles Wesley (), first published in Hymns .

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