Ory recalled the hosanna Church scandal as “very stressful.”
Lamonica was the pastor of hosanna Church right before it closed two years before in 2003.
For a few moments, we retired to our rooms while the pretty hosanna arranged the forty-nine presents on the tree.
At certain intervals, the people responded with the cry of "hosanna!"
The "hosanna" is again heard, and the symphony ends in soft harmonies (B major) with the first Magnificat theme.
They all joined in the procession, and sang songs, and shouted 'hosanna!'
If I can set my Well-beloved on high, and witness fair for Him, a fig for their hosanna.
To be sure, we first sing hosanna to him who cometh yonder; well and good!
Blessed be the kingdom of our father David that cometh: hosanna in the highest.
And wherefore cried ye yesterday and this day, hosanna, hosanna?
Old English osanna, via Latin and Greek from Hebrew hosha'na, probably a shortening of hoshi'ah-nna "save, we pray" (cf. Psalms cxviii:25), from imperative of y-sh- (cf. yeshua "salvation, deliverance, welfare") + emphatic particle -na. Originally an appeal for deliverance; used in Christian Church as an ascription of praise, because when Jesus entered Jerusalem this was shouted by Galilean pilgrims in recognition of his messiahhood (Matt. xxi:9, 15, etc.).
Save now! or Save, we beseech, (Matt. 21:9). This was a customary form of acclamation at the feast of Tabernacles. (Comp. Ps. 118:25.)