What I couldn't do then and couldn't do for thirty years was the first line of the first poem, the hymn to Aphrodite.
It centers around the slain but risen Lamb, and climaxes in a great hymn to the Paschal Lamb.
As you think about Jesus' goodness to you in prayer today, try writing your own hymn or prayer of praise.
Modesty, stoicism, self-restraint and resilience: these are endangered virtues, and I want to hymn them.
Will Hutton's new book is a hymn of praise to Europe.
Protestants and other Christians have made wide use of secular sources for their hymn tunes and religious music.
These portraits lent them a near iconic dimension, recording a pictorial hymn in their praise for posterity.
Were they preludes to a hymn sung by a congregation, and, if so, commoners in a parish church or gentry in a court chapel?
Sage Agasthya taught Lord Rama the Aditya Hridayam, the hymn to Lord Surya when he felt fatigued during the battle with Ravana.
In the structure of the hymn , praise is response in the sense of being a congregational response to a call to worship.