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Dați mulțumiri Domnului Dumnezeu
În veci e-a Lui iubire!
Căci El e bun, numai El e bun
În veci e-a Lui iubire!
Cântați laude!
El e puternic, mereu înalțat.
În veci e-a Lui iubire!
Cu mână tare ne-a răscumpărat.
În veci e-a Lui iubire!
Cântați laude!
În veci El e statornic,
În veci El este bun.
În veci trăind uimirea,
Ne-atinge din ceruri Iubirea.
Din răsărit la apus vom cânta
În veci e-a Lui iubire!
Harul suține creația Sa
În veci e-a Lui iubire!
Cântați laude,
Cântați laude!
Iubirea Lui e mare,
Iubirea Lui e mare,
Iubirea Lui e mare,
Iubirea Lui e mare!
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Cântați laude!
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Cetate tare-i Dumnezeu

Martin Luther

Cetate tare-I Dumnezeu, Puternic Zid de neclintit. E Adăpost în orice greu, Scut pentru sufletul trudit. Cristos, Miel – Împărat Prin moarte-a triumfat. Pe robi i-a izbăvit, De iad ne-a mântuit, Pe-al nopții domn l-a nimicit. În luptă cruntă am intrat V

Mărețul Har (Lanțul s-a frânt) D

Anonim; Chris Tomlin, John Newton; Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio

Mărețul har m-a mântuit Pe mine din păcat. Pierdut eram, dar m-a găsit, De moarte m-a scăpat. Mărețul har m-a învățat S-o rup cu orice rău. Ce scump mi-e azi tot harul dat; Trăiesc prin el mereu. Lanțul s-a frânt, azi liber sunt, Răscumpărat prin sânge sfân

El m-a ocrotit A

William J. Kirkpatrick (1890), Fanny Crosby (1890)

Ce mare și sfânt, minunat și slăvit E Domnul, al meu bun Păstor! El m-a ocrotit printre stânci de granit, M-a pus lângă-al vieții izvor. El m-a ocrotit printre stânci de granit De-asupra uscatelor văi, Cu mâna Lui tare mereu m-a umbrit Pe urmele pașilor Săi

O, cine este­-acest Copil

Traditional English melody, sec. XVI, William C. Dix, 1865; adapt. T. Caciora

O, cine este--acest Copil Ce stă culcat pe paie În timp ce îngerii din cer Îi cântă--n adorare? El e Hristos Isus, E Regele trimis de sus! Veniți și-L căutați Pe Cel născut în iesle! El doarme--n ieslea boilor Pe brațele Mariei; Păstori și magi aduc cu ei

Versiunea Originală

Forever Give thanks to the Lord Our God and King His love endures forever For He is good, He is above all things His love endures forever Sing praise, sing praise. With a mighty hand and outstretched arm His love endures forever For the life that's been reborn His love endures forever Sing praise, sing praise Sing praise, sing praise Yeah Forever God is faithful Forever God is strong Forever God is with us Forever, forever. From the rising to the setting sun His love endures forever By the grace of God We will carry on His love endures forever Sing praise, sing praise Sing praise, sing praise Yeah Forever God is faithful Forever God is strong Forever God is with us Forever, Forever Forever God is faithful Forever God is strong Forever God is with us Forever, Forever Forever His love endures forever His love endures forever His love endures forever Forever Sing praise, sing praise Sing praise, sing praise Yeah Forever you are faithful Forever you are strong Forever you are with us Forever And ever Yeah Forever you are faithful Forever you are strong Forever you are with us Forever Forever You are God. Forever And ever and ever.

Povestea din Spate (EN)

As it happens, “Forever,” a song of praise for the enduring nature of God’s love that took Chris four years to complete, has become one of those songs that people just can’t seem to stop singing. The idea for the sweeping refrain of the verses came easily enough, but the wide, thrumming chorus was harder to work out. It never left his mind, though. You can find “Forever on Chris Tomlin’s album The Noise We Make.”
“Every time we went into the studio to record something,” Chris remembers, “I would bring that song in hopes that someone else would be able to come up with a chorus. I write a lot of patches of songs and then collaborate with someone else to finish them out. With this song it never happened, and it just didn’t feel complete. Then one day, four years later, it just came. I was sitting there and singing, ‘Forever God is faithful, forever God is…’ and I couldn’t come up with the next word. Then our bass player’s wife, Janet, stuck her head in the door and said ‘strong.’ And just like that, it clicked.”
Perhaps best known as a worship leader for the Passion conferences, Chris has been building a strong foundation of worship at college campuses around the country for years. His approach to songwriting, performing and worship is simple. Taking a cue from John the Baptist, he insists that we should all decrease so Christ can increase. “The larger our platform becomes, the more intentionally we have to focus on the heart of our calling: to introduce people to God and show them his glory.” It seems that “Forever” has done just that.
It still thrills Chris to see people in worship and to hear them singing the song. “I’m so used to being a teacher—teaching people my songs, that it still blows me away that people know it so well,” Chris says. “They’re like ‘Come on, let’s get on with it.’” Chris’ passionate, transcendent music and worshipful abandon have made a connection with people everywhere, and are refreshing to many who are looking for something more authentic.
“The gift God has given me is to write things that are simple and connect with people really quickly,” says Chris. “When God is the focus of something people are drawn to it. That’s what I want myself and my songs to be a part of.” And he’s quick to point out that the credit and glory belongs to God. “I have to keep asking myself the question, ‘How is this going to bring God glory? How am I going to use this to bring God glory?’”
Even so, he does admit that it’s exciting to hear others perform “Forever.” He says, “It’s sort of a validation of the song to hear someone else do it, and to know that they’re moved by it as well.” --J. Gary Walker

--crosswalk.com