Vine-o zi, vine-o zi

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Vine-o zi, vine-o zi când dureri nu vor mai fi,
Nori pe cer nu vor mai fi, lacrimi ochii n-or umbri.
Va fi pace-n veci de veci când în ceruri ai să pleci.
O, ce zi, ce glorioasă va fi!
Oare-atunci cum va fi, Fața când Îi vom privi,
Când pe Isus voi vedea, chiar eu, salvat prin jertfa Sa?
Când de mână mă va lua și mă va duce-n Țara Sa,
O, ce zi, ce glorioasă va fi!
Nu vor fi, nu vor fi greutăți, dureri de dus,
Nici necaz de orice fel, boli și lacrimi, 'colo sus,
Va fi pace-n veci de veci când în ceruri ai să pleci.
O, ce zi, ce glorioasă va fi!
Compusă în 1955. S1RS2R

Versiunea Originală

What A Day That Will Be
Words and Music by Jim Hill

There is coming a day when no heartaches shall come
No more clouds in the sky, no more tears to dim the eye.
All is peace forevermore on that happy golden shore,
What a day, glorious day that will be.

Chorus:
What a day that will be when my Jesus I shall see,
And I look upon His face,
The One who saved me by His grace;
When He takes me by the hand
And leads me through the Promised Land,
What a day, glorious day that will be.

There'll be no sorrow there, no more burdens to bear,
No more sickness, no pain, no more parting over there;
And forever I will be with the One who died for me,
What a day, glorious day that will be.

Chorus
What a day that will be when my Jesus I shall see,
And I look upon His face,
The One who saved me by His grace;
When He takes me by the hand
And leads me through the Promised Land,
What a day, glorious day that will be.
What a day, glorious day that will be!

Povestea din Spate (EN)

This song was written by Jim Hill, a well-known Southern Gospel singer and songwriter. The inspiration came from Jim’s personal experience in dealing with the sickness of his mother-in-law. He was a fairly new Christian, and while driving home from work, he was struggling with the question “why is this happening to my mother-in-law?” Words began to fill his mind, but he had nothing to write them down on. When he got home, he looked down and saw a piece of old cardboard. He took the cardboard and pinned the words to “What a day that will be.”

--hymnoftheweek.net