Veniți să Îi mulțumim (II)

//: Veniți să Îi mulțumim,
Veniți să Îl preamărim
Pe Cel Atotputernic,
Dumnezeu minunat! ://
Când sunt slab, El e tare,
Când sunt mic, El e mare,
Zi de zi prezența Lui
O simt în viața mea;
De aceea acum să Îi cântăm,
Al Său Nume să-nălțăm
Și pe Isus să-­L preamărim cu toți!
//: Dați Domnului mulțumiri,
Dați laudă Celui Sfânt;
Dați slavă, căci pe cruce
Fiul Său a fost dat. ://
Cel slab zice acum: „Eu tare sunt!”,
Cel sărac: „Eu sunt bogat!”,
Căci Fiul Său pe cruce a fost dat;
De aceea acum să Îi cântăm,
Al Său Nume să-nălțăm
Și pe Isus să­-L preamărim cu toți!
Veniți…
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Give thanks with a grateful heart, Give thanks to the Holy One, Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ His Son. And now, let the weak say, “I am strong” Let the poor say “I am rich” Because of what the Lord has done for us. © 1978, Integrity's Hosanna! Music

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As a teenager Henry Smith played in a high school band like many boys in the 1960s. He says, “I was playing things I wouldn’t play or sing now like Jimi Hendrix and all that. I’d rather not go into that.” But while in college, a spiritual revolution in his life brought him to Richmond to attend Union Theological Seminary.

“God really touched my heart,” he says. “I’d been a Christian since I was a child, but he changed my way of thinking.”

Then his eyes went bad. In 1978, Henry returned from seminary to his home church as a lay person. He had to take odd jobs to support himself as his career choices were limited by a degenerative eye disease.

Nevertheless, he remembers “being extremely thankful” during that time in his life. He had discovered that in the darkest winter there was within him an invincible summer.

One Sunday his pastor quoted 2 Corinthians 8:9, “For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.”

A paraphrase of this would be, “He came to become like us, to enable us to become like Him.”

Henry decided to write a song about it:

Give thanks with a grateful heart, Give thanks to the Holy One,

Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ His Son.

And now, let the weak say, “I am strong”. Let the poor say “I am rich”

Because of what the Lord has done for us.

“Give Thanks” was published in 1986 by Integrity Music and recorded on the album Heal Our Land in 1989. Since then it has been recorded around the world.

Henry eventually lost his sight, but not his gratitude for God’s unfailing love. He has written over 100 other songs to fit Scripture passages. Today he runs Outback, a recording studio in Mechanicsville, Virginia.

Give thanks. And when we admit we’re weak, only then will His strength become operative and be made perfect in us.

(http://www.sowingseedsoffaith.com/blog/give-thanks-with-a-grateful-heart/)

http://songscoops.blogspot.ro/2010/10/give-thanks-henry-smith.html

http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=26635

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Give_Thanks