O, mare zi, scumpă zi

E-o mare zi-n istorie,
Moartea ai înfrânt și sunt salvat,
Voi cânta: „Isus este viu!”
E crucea și mormântul gol,
Viață nouă Tu mi-ai câștigat!
Să strigăm: „Isus este viu, El e viu!”
O, mare zi, fericită zi,
Când păcatul mi-ai spălat!
O, mare zi, fericită zi,
Pe veci eu sunt schimbat!
Când am să stau în locul sfânt,
Voi putea Fața să-Ți privesc.
Sunt al Tău, Isus, ești al meu!
Pace fără de sfârșit,
Suferința ai zdrobit,
Acum celebrăm: Isus este viu, El e viu!
O, glorioasă zi
Și-n ce mod minunat
Tu m-ai salvat!
O, glorioasă zi,
Când Tu m-ai salvat!
S1RS2RBR

Versiunea Originală

Oh Happy Day The greatest day in history, Death is beaten You have rescued me Sing it out Jesus is alive The empty cross, The empty grave Life eternal You have won the day Shout it out Jesus is alive He's alive Oh happy day, happy day You washed my sin away Oh happy day, happy day I'll never be the same Forever I am changed When I stand, in that place Free at last, meeting face to face I am Yours Jesus You are mine Endless joy, perfect peace Earthly pain finally will cease Celebrate Jesus is alive He's alive Oh what a glorious day What a glorious way That You have saved me Oh what a glorious day What a glorious name

Povestea din Spate (EN)

"There's a theologian at HTB, Graham Tomlin, who once told me that there are very few contemporary songs about the resurrection. It was Easter time... and he was telling me that there are lots of songs about the cross but less about Jesus being alive. So that really got me thinking - and I was actually reading this book, and it had this quote from Michelangelo. He laid out a challenge to fellow artists who depict Christ in His death. He said, 'Paint Him instead the Lord of life'. I remember one morning just jamming around with my guitar and I started singing out some of these lines and pretty quickly, it all came together. So in one sense, it was that this is an amazing truth that we need to sing, and celebrate that Jesus is alive and that makes all the difference."

--Tim Hughes for christianitytoday.com