Majesty, awe, power, and peace are all present in this hymn concertato setting on Diademata. Each stanza stays closely related to the text, and begins with a rousing fanfare. The a cappella choir stanzas are very peaceful, and stanza 5 even leaves the melody of the hymn for a sense of peace. A rousing interlude brings the congregation back to majesty, as the final stanza is set loose, complete with choral fanfare. A reproducible page for congregation is included.