Hymns and their lections

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I have no trouble looking up the hymns that have been recommended for particular weeks of the church year using the Lectionary feature. But is there a way, given a particular hymn, to find out easily which specific lections it has been linked to? For example, it is easy to find the 32 hymns linked to Jeremiah 1:4-10, namely: 

Alleluia with verses, Antes que te formaras, Before the Sun Burned Bright, Called to God's Vocation, Come, let us use the grace divine, Eternal God, we praise your love, God be in my head, God made me as I am, God of Generations, Guíame, Señor, He Is Able to Deliver Thee,  He Knows My Name, How Lovely is Your Church, O Lord!, How Shall They Hear the Word of God, I'm Goin'-a(sic) Sing When the Spirit Says Sing, Inquire, ye pilgrims, for the way, Let us Cheer the Wearied Traveler, Lord, Speak to Me That I May Speak, Lord, When I Came into This Life Lord, You Give the Great Commission, Loving Spirit, loving Spirit, No Longer Slaves to Fear, Not far beyond the sea, nor high, Once to Every Man and Nation, Sent Forth by God's Blessing. Song of the Prophets, Take my life, and let it be, There Is Much to Do,, Thuma mina (Send me, Jesus), Why, When, How, Where, Womb of life, and source of being

But if you want to know which Scriptures have been associated with, say, "I'm Gonna(sic) Sing When the Spirit Says Sing", what's the most expeditious search method?


All the scriptures associated with a hymn text and all the Lectionary weeks it has been recommended for may be found on the text authority pages, in separate tabs in the Text Information section of the page.

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