“Amazing Grace” lined out Primitive Baptist style

My Life & Legacy: The Very Best of Ralph Stanley

As St Basil taught in his treatise On the Holy Spirit, all blessings reach us from the Father through the Son in the Holy Spirit, and correspondingly all the prayers and praises we offer in the Spirit ascend to the Father through the Son; and since Father, Son and Holy Spirit are mutually indwelling, they are, in the words of the Nicene-Constantinopolitan creed, ‘together worshipped and glorified’. Theologically, this Trinitarian dimension is implicitly present whenever we study the history of the Church’s worship. Geoffrey Wainwright, “The Continuing Tradition of the Church,” The Study of Liturgy, ed. Cheslyn Jones et al. (Rev. ed., London: SPCK, 1992), p. 548.

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