Măreț Dumnezeu

C
E Rege minunat, în glorie îmbrăcat,
În cântec să-L slăvim și să Îl preamărim.
Din cer lumina Sa, alungă noaptea grea
Cu strălucirea Sa,
Cu strălucirea Sa.
Măreț Dumnezeu, să cântăm: „Măreț este El!”
Toți vom vedea ce Domn măreț este El!
Domn din veșnicii, Rege peste timp,
Sfârșit și început, sfârșit și început!
Trei într-unul sunt, Tată, Fiu, Duh Sfânt
Leu și Miel Preasfânt,
Leu și Miel Preasfânt!
Nume veșnic înălțat, vrednic să fii lăudat
Îți vom cânta: „Măreț Dumnezeu!”
Compusă în 2004. S1RS2RBR x2

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Versiunea Originală

The splendor of a King, clothed in majesty
Let all the earth rejoice
All the earth rejoice

He wraps himself in Light, and darkness tries to hide
And trembles at His voice
Trembles at His voice

How great is our God, sing with me
How great is our God, and all will see
How great, how great is our God

Age to age He stands
And time is in His hands
Beginning and the end
Beginning and the end

The Godhead Three in One
Father Spirit Son
The Lion and the Lamb
The Lion and the Lamb

Name above all names
Worthy of our praise
My heart will sing
How great is our God

How great is our God, sing with me
How great is our God, and all will see
How great, how great is our God

Povestea din Spate (EN)

In our interview with Chris Tomlin, he told us about writing this song. Said Tomlin: "I wrote that song when I was living in Austin, Texas. I remember sitting on my sofa in my little apartment. And Psalm 104 was the psalm I was looking at. It said, 'You our lord are very great. You're clothed with splendor and majesty, wrap yourself with light as with a garment' – through those opening verses and just describing a little bit of God, the glory of majesty, that little chorus came out. I started singing the chorus and, man, I had no idea, I thought the chorus was just a little simple thing and it was. And I had no idea it would become such a song in the church, and a song that finds its way in so many different cultures, different languages. It's so transferrable, so accessible. I had no idea that it would ever become that.

I remember I had the song, I thought it was finished. I didn't have a bridge to the song, and I met Ed Cash who produced that record it was on. First time meeting him and talking to him about maybe producing my new record. And I remember he picks his guitar up and and says, 'This 'How Great is Our God' song, I think it's pretty good, but it's not finished.' And I'm like, 'What are you talking about? Who do you think you are?' And I remember him grabbing his guitar. I believe it was something about, 'What if you do something like this?' And I remember he just started singing, 'You're the name above all names, you are worthy of our praise.' And it's really good, but when you open up and let somebody else sneak in, it just makes it better. So that's when we knew it was taking it to another level."

One of Tomlin's most popular songs, this won the awards for Song of the Year and Worship Song of the Year at the Dove Awards in 2006. The song has appeared on numerous compilation albums and was the title track to a live album recorded at the Passion Conference in 2005.

This song is often sung together with the hymn, "How Great Thou Art." Tomlin told us, "That song has such staying power. That song has been through many generations now of the church and it's really cool when you hear those two together, they're saying the same thing."

--songfacts.com