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Natura cântă imnul Lui;
El, Tatăl, spune soarelui
Să-și duc-al zilei curs
Spre-mbujoratul său apus.
Amprenta Lui e-n fulgi de nea,
Pe-ntreg pământ suflarea Sa
Înalță vulturii,
Aduce scâncet de copii.
Ridică-te, natură-n cânt!
Umpleți zarea de-nchinare,
Spuneți slava Regelui Preasfânt!
Natura-admiră Fața Lui;
Eternu-n haina timpului
Ne-a revelat deplin
Al împăcării plan divin.
Un alt Adam, fără păcat,
Să ia blestemul S-a-ntrupat,
Murind ne-a dezrobit,
Să fim cu El necontenit.
Natura-așteaptă cu mult dor
Să-L vadă pe Cristos pe tron.
Războaie ce vuiesc
Anunță noul veac ceresc.
Când totul El va înnoi,
Pământ și cer se vor uni,
Sublim vor intona
Aceeași temă: slava Sa!
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2 Cronici 16:31-34 Coloseni 1:16-17 Psalmi 19 Efeseni 1:3-10 Coloseni 1:20 1 Corinteni 15:45-49 Romani 8:18-23 Apocalipsa 21:5
Versiunea Originală

Creation sings the Father’s song;
He calls the sun to wake the dawn
And run the course of day,
Till evening comes in crimson rays.
His fingerprints in flakes of snow,
His breath upon this spinning globe,
He charts the eagle's flight,
Commands the newborn baby's cry.

Let all creation stand and sing:
Fill the earth with songs of worship,
Tell the wonders of creation's King.

Creation gazed upon His face;
The ageless One in time's embrace,
Unveiled the Father's plan
Of reconciling God and man.
A second Adam walked the earth,
Whose blameless life would break the curse,
Whose death would set us free
To live with Him eternally.

Creation longs for His return,
When Christ shall reign upon the earth;
The bitter wars that rage
Are birth pains of a coming age.
When He renews the land and sky,
All heaven will sing and earth reply
With one resplendent theme:
The glory of our God and King.

Povestea din Spate (EN)

This hymn is the result of another collaboration between Keith & Kristyn Getty and Stuart Townend, the combination which has produced so many great hymns in the last decade. The most distinctive thing about this particular hymn musically is its meter (time signature). We don’t often sing mixed meter songs corporately, as they can be very difficult to pick up in one hearing. In Creation Sings, however, the mixed meter just “works”. Though the time signature in the verses shifts every measure between 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 (the choruses stay in 3/4), congregations seem to catch on quickly. This is the mark of an extraordinarily well-written hymn for the church!