Știi tu cine este Isus?

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Știi tu cine este Isus?
Știi de unde veni El?
Știi tu al cui Fiu este El?
Știi că Tatăl Lui e Dumnezeu?
Iubește-L, o iubește-L
Căci pentru tine
El mult s-a jertfit!
Cere-I, și-ți va da viață în dar
Iubește-L să fii fericit.
Știi tu cine este Isus?
Cin' de moarte te-a scăpat?
Cine ți-a dat har și ție
Ca să fii pe veci răscumpărat!
Iubește-L, o iubește-L
Căci pentru tine
El mult s-a jertfit!
Cere-I, și-ți va da viață în dar
Iubește-L să fii fericit.
Știi că îngerii din slavă
Sunt uimiți de jertfa Lui?
Privind la crucea Golgotei
Vezi cum curge la toți harul Lui?
Compusă în 1964. S1R1S2R2S3R2

Versiunea Originală

He Touched Me Shackled by a heavy burden Neath a load of guilt and shame Then the hand of jesus touched me And now I am no longer the same He touched me, oh he touched me And oh the joy that floods my soul Something happened and now I know He touched me and made me whole Since I met this blessed savior Since he cleansed and made me whole I will never cease to praise him Ill shout it while eternity rolls He touched me oh he touched me And oh the joy that floods my soul Something happened and now I know He touched me and made me whole

Povestea din Spate (EN)

Bill Gaither's inspiration for the writing of the song 'He Touched Me' came very late one night. He had been asked to play the piano for a revival meeting in Huntington, Indiana. He was accompanying Doug Oldham, who was providing the music for his father, Dr. Dale Oldham, the speaker for the evening. After the meeting, as the three rode back to Bill's home in Anderson, Indiana, they discussed how deeply they had felt the Spirit at the meeting. Dr. Oldham dropped Bill off at home and his parting words were, 'You should write a song that says, 'He touched me' oh, He touched me.'' Gaither couldn't sleep and he couldn't get the preacher's words out of his head. He remembered how many of the people at the revival meeting seemed to have come in heavy laden and had left uplifted with joy and hope. The next morning his wife Gloria awoke to find him still up and working on the song. Soon Doug Oldham began performing the song at revivals and concerts and he recorded it, as did the Bill Gaither Trio and many others.

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