Războiul e al Domnului

Când lupta se-apropie, te rog, nu uita:
Războiul e al Domnului!
Rămâi în picioare și nu dispera:
Războiul e al Domnului!
Cântă-I glorie, laudă,
Puterea e numai a Lui!
Cântă-I glorie, laudă,
Onoare și cinste adu-I!
Armură de slavă să-mbraci, dar să știi:
Războiul e al Domnului!
Ține sus Cuvântul și nu te clinti,
Războiul e al Domnului!
În mijlocul luptei, tu cântă mereu:
Războiul e al Domnului!
Căci în fruntea oastei e chiar Dumnezeu!
Războiul e al Domnului!

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Cântați toți de bucurie

Isaac Watts (1719)

Cântați toți de bucurie Căci Hristos S-a născut! Să cânte spre-a Lui mărire /: Cerul și Pământul :/ Cerul, cerul și Pământul! :/ Omenirea să-L primească Pe Regele-i suprem! Iar inima omenească /: Lui să-I găteasca loc :/ Lui să-I, Lui să-I gătească loc! :/

Când moartea-a înfrânt-o viața-a-nceput B

Brandon Coker, Adam Kersh, Paul Taylor Smith, Heath

În suferință și mort în păcat Fără speranță pierdut aler[E2]]gam Prin dragostea Ta, Harul am cunoscut Când moartea-ai înfrânt-o viața-a-nceput. Cenușa-i schimbat-o în viață, Isus Și inimii mele un nume I-ai pus! Din plânsul meu, fericire-ai adus. Când moart

Am fost răstignit A

Manuela Gruia

Am fost răstignit împreună cu El, Iar viața ce-o am nu-i a mea, Hristos și-a dat viața ca eu să trăiesc Și El domnește în inima mea. Tot ce am în lume socotesc un gunoi Pentru-Mpărăția Sa. M-arunc înainte spre Ținta mea, Să-L întâlnesc pe Domnul domnilor.

Rătăceam în păcat și-n pierzare E

Adaptat de John Peterson, Alfred Smith

Rătăceam în păcat și-n pierzare, Eram singur în noapte, străin, Dar Bunul Păstor, cu-n-durare, M-a găsit și mi-a dat Har din plin. /: Bunătatea, -ndurarea mă vor însoți Zi de zi, zi de zi-n viața mea! :/ Cu blândețe El mă-nviorează, Și putere îmi dă zi de z

Versiunea Originală

The Battle Belongs to the Lord In heavenly armour we'll enter the land The battle belongs to the Lord No weapon that's fashioned against us shall stand The battle belongs to the Lord We sing glory and honor Power and strength to the Lord (repeat) The power of darkness comes in like a flood The battle belongs to the Lord He's raised up a standard, the power of His blood The battle belongs to the Lord we sing glory and honor power in strength to the lord (repeat) When your enemy presses in hard do not fear The battle belongs to the Lord Take courage my friend, your redemption is near The battle belongs to the Lord

Povestea din Spate (EN)

Jamie Owens-Collins has written a song, “The Battle Belongs to the Lord”, that echoes how Israel faced its enemy (2 Chronicles 20) in battle – with divine protection. It reminds us that God, while often mysterious and invisible to us, can still overpower whomever He chooses, by Himself.
Jamie Owens-Collins comes from a musical family, so it’s no surprise that she might also use this medium to tell us her thoughts. Her father Jimmy wrote “Holy, Holy”, and her mother Carol wrote “Freely, Freely”, so we know Jamie observed their lives as musicians and worshippers. We might also say she saw them, or someone close by, as warriors, too when she wrote “The Battle Belongs to the Lord”. She shares with us that the Lord’s protection is not just for someone who wears a uniform, but also for me, a civilian in the secular, daily-grind world. What she says about the song’s origin, and how her own life has played out in its aftermath, is also instructive about how God speaks to those He chooses to use. Unlike many of the songs she’s written, Owen-Collins says this song was composed in short order, during a brief car ride to a church concert in 1985. “Boom! It was just there. By the time I got to the church, I had it finished.” Great! That makes me want to take up the pen and compose my own ditty, how about you? But, wait. Five years after its inception, Jamie was struck with depression, a four-year battle of her own. Was it her own? She admits that she discovered anew how weak she was, and how strong and dependable God is, during her illness. Could God have been trying to tell Jamie this, in a personal way, when she wrote “The Battle…” in 1985? One wonders.
Owens-Collins says this straightforward song speaks to her about God’s ways. “There are times when God comes in and just, boom!, answers your prayer right now and gives you a miracle. But, most of the time, He lets us really walk through the process.” The song Owens-Collins wrote wasn’t easily accepted by producers, she recounts, but “…the funny thing is, it’s such a simple song. You know, I’ve written other songs I feel were much more cleverly put together and crafted. This thing (the ‘Battle…” song) is just as simple as it can be, but that’s the one. I don’t know exactly how a song takes off.” God is often inscrutable, an enigma. And, He’s probably a vexation for the unbeliever who seeks the ultimate answers. Even for believers, this is often true, especially when trouble looms, or pounces. My only rational response is to cry ‘Help!’. I take heart that God does not fear in battle. He, as perfect love, casts fear aside (1 John 4:18). And so I hide myself in Him, and yield my freedom and the battlefield to Him, even if it is Independence Day.

Information on Jamie Owens-Collins’ story obtained from “Our God Reigns: The Stories behind Your Favorite Praise and Worship Songs”, by Phil Christensen and Shari MacDonald, Kregel Publications, 2000.