Dr. Miller’s new work is full of gracious felicities and lovely turns of phrase, so appropriate for this famous text of Frances Havergal. The divided alto and tenor parts give the musical setting a richness of color and inner motion that is satisfying to the listener and singer alike. Each phrase of the text is set in subtly varied ways, often taking the voices through soaring melodic lines. The writing alternates between close harmony and excitingly wide sonorities for the choir. This would make a fine work for the accomplished choir at any penitential season.