Voi cânta doar despre Isus

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Voi cânta doar despre Isus,
Căci din cer El a venit.
Părăsind cerească slavă,
Pentru mine a murit!
Voi cânta doar despre Isus,
Fiindcă El m-a mântuit;
Cu toți sfintii-aici și-n cer sus
Voi cânta necontenit!
Rătăcit-am în păcate,
Dar Isus m-a căutat,
M-a găsit în lumea largă,
Calea Lui mi-a arătat.
Îndelunga rătăcire
Multe răni mi-a provocat.
Eu zăceam în grea orbire
Dar Isus m-a vindecat.
Zile negre de-ncercare
Și dureri adesea vin,
Dar prin Domnul am scăpare,
Biruință pe deplin.
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Versiunea Originală

I will sing of my redeemer 1 I will sing of my Redeemer and His wondrous love to me; On the cruel cross He suffered From the curse to set me free. Chorus: Sing, O sing of my Redeemer, With His blood He purchased me. On the cross He sealed my pardon, Paid the debt and made me free. 2 I will tell the wondrous story how, my lost estate to save, In His boundless love and mercy He the ransomed freely gave. [Chorus] 2 I will praise my dear Redeemer; His triumphant power I'll tell, How the victory He giveth Over sin and death and hell. [Chorus] 4 I will sing of my Redeemer and His heavenly love to me; He from death to life hath brought me, Son of God, with Him to be. [Chorus]

Povestea din Spate (EN)

This is per­haps the last hymn Bliss wrote be­fore he died in a train wreck. He sur­vived the in­i­tial crash, but was killed try­ing (un­suc­cess­ful­ly) to res­cue his wife. The lyr­ics were found in his be­long­ings af­ter the ac­ci­dent.

This song is one of the first ever re­cord­ed on a phon­o­graph. George Steb­bins made the re­cord­ing dur­ing a dem­on­stra­tion of Thom­as Ed­i­son’s new in­ven­tion in New York C­ity.

--cyberhymnal.org