Măreț ești Dumnezeu

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Măreț ești Dumnezeu
Cu laude noi Te onorăm.
Măreț ești Dumnezeu
Cu laude noi Te onorăm.
Osana! Binecuvântăm (Osana!),
Binecuvântăm pe Salvatorul.
Osana! Binecuvântăm (Osana!),
Binecuvântăm pe Salvatorul.
Voi binecuvânta
Pe Domnu-n toată vremea.
Voi binecuvânta
Pe Domnu-n toată vremea.
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I will call upon the Lord
Who is worthy to be praised
So shall I be saved from my enemies

(Men sing lead, women echo)
I will call upon the Lord (I will call upon the Lord)
Who is worthy to be praised (Who is worthy to be praised )
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(All sing together)
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The Lord liveth, and blessed be the Rock
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Povestea din Spate (EN)

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*Source for Michael O’Shields story is the book “Celebrate Jesus: The Stories behind Your Favorite Praise and Worship Songs”, by Phil Christensen and Shari MacDonald, Kregel Publications, 2003.

--http://songscoops.blogspot.ro/2009