Voi cânta

C
Doamne-mi pari îndepărtat
Chiar ani lumină sau un mai lung drum.
Deși credința mi-am păstrat
Mărturisesc acum nu mă mai simt ascultat,
Dar nu știu ce să mai spun
Și nu știu a-nainta,
Însă Harul ce-l primesc
Îmi schimbă inima
Voi cânta, Te voi lăuda
Chiar în ceasul cel mai rău,
Prin durere și prin greu,
Voi cânta, Te voi lăuda,
Mâinile le-am ridicat,
Fiindcă ești adevărat,
Voi cânta!
Nu pot să întrezăresc
Gândul Tău și-al Tău plan ceresc.
Doar în Tine-am să mă-ncred
Știind că ai murit să mă salvezi,
S1BRS2BR x2

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I Will Sing Lord, You seem so far away A million miles or more, it feels today And though I haven't lost my faith I must confess right now That it's hard for me to pray But I don't know what to say And I don't know where to start But as You give the grace With all that's in my heart I will sing, yes, I will praise, even in my darkest hour Through the sorrow and the pain I will sing, I will praise, lift my hands to honor You Because Your word is true, I will sing Lord it's hard for me to see all the thoughts And plans You have for me, yes it is But I will put my trust in You Lord we made Your die to set me free Oh thank God You did But I don't know what to say And I don't know where to start But as you give the grace With all that's in my heart I will sing, I will praise, even in my darkest hour Through the sorrow and the pain I will sing, I will praise, lift my hands to honor You Because Your word is true I will sing, I will praise, even in my darkest hour Through the sorrow and the pain I will sing, I will praise, lift my hands to honor You Because Your word is true, I will sing, I will sing, I will sing Oh, we sing to You Lord Oh, we sing to You Lord tonight Halleluiah, we sing to You Lord Oh, we lift our voices and sing to You Worship You Lord, we sing to You Lord We sing, we sing, We sing, we sing Oh, we worship you Lord, oh, thank You Lord I will sing, oh yes I will, I will sing

Povestea din Spate (EN)

The title track of the album, I Will Sing, was written by Moen. It was written while Moen was in his car at one of Alabama's gulf coast beaches, trying to write songs for his upcoming album. He had been having a frustrating day, and the lyrics he wrote demonstrated his feelings. However, he did not like the lyrics. He said,
I didn't feel anything the entire day. It was one of those times when you wonder where God is. I was driving back home, feeling frustrated, and I said, "Lord, You seem so far away, a million miles or more it feels today." It just popped out. Then I got another line: "And though I haven't lost my faith, I must confess right now that it's hard for me to pray." The words kept coming, and I wrote the entire song right there in my car, but I didn't like it. I thought, "What a waste! I need songs for the album; I don't need this!"
Moen did not plan to use the song, thinking that he would "never put it on a Hosanna! Music album".
Later, he found out about the death of David C. Reilly's daughter. Reilly had been designing album covers for Integrity Music for more than a decade. Moen then recorded the song on a CD and sent it to David, with an encouragement. The note he attached to Reilly said,
I know you're going to have days when you feel like, "Where in the world is God?" but I want to encourage you to sing. Don't give up.
It was then that Moen discovered the value of the song, realising that God wanted his people to be "honest before the Lord".

--en.wikipedia.org