Now you can search for hundreds of Ghanaian hymns in a matter of seconds. You can also search for a phrase contained in a hymn to look it up. The time to carry huge Hymnbooks; struggle to remember the words of a hymn as well as the hymn numbers are finally over.
1. Changing Hymn Books: The Hymns have been arranged in different Chronological Orders to suit the various Churches for which this app has been carefully designed. You can swap between Hymn books as you please
2. Creeds: A creed is a statement of faith that describes the beliefs shared by a Christian. They are a summary of core beliefs. In some Churches it is recited as part of the religious service. The most popular Creeds are the Nicene and Apostolic Creeds which have both been included in this App.
3. Canticles: A canticle is a type of hymn (strictly excluding the Psalms) taken from the Bible. The term is often expanded to include ancient non-biblical hymns such as the Te Deum and certain psalms used liturgically. The most commonly used Canticles have been included in this app.
4. Advanced Search: This feature is used to search for a particular hymn using a phrase contained in that hymn. You can also search for the phrase in all the Hymns provided by the application.
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