SING TO THE LORD is a 1993 hymnal from Lillenas Publishing Company, which has an historic relationship to the Church of the Nazarene. Although there are 789 main entries, the actual hymn count should be reduced by about 150 to subtract for interspersed responsive readings and other non-musical content. Some traditional hymns have been freshened (or fallen prey to political correctness, depending on one's viewpoint): "Rise Up, O Men of God" is here "Rise Up, O Church of God," and in "Onward, Christian Soldiers" the lyric "Brothers, we are treading" has been replaced with "Christians, we are treading." This is a fairly broad-based hymnal but a little lacking in modern hymnody. As is often the case with private-market hymnals, which this one closely resembles, each hymn title is subcaptioned with an applicable NIV bible verse. The binding of the volume appears tight but the actual lay of the pages is a little clumpy. Cover boarding is adequate but not deluxe; judging by the Lillenas site, this hymnal actually sells more brown covers than black. There are a great many helpful indices, including tune names, keys and meter signatures, and topic. An interesting feature within the text is that about thirty "Worship Sequences" can be obtained by combining contiguous hymns and readings. SING TO THE LORD may not be the best of its kind, but it is likely to satisfy most adopting congregations.