Sunday, May 4, 2008

COME BLESS THE LORD

Come bless the Lord
All ye servants of the Lord
Who stand by night in the house of the Lord
Lift up your hands in the holy place
And bless the Lord
And bless the Lord

He lifted me up from the miry clay
He set my feet on the Rock to stay
He put a song in my heart today
A song of praise a song of praise

O taste and see that the Lord is good
Blessed is the man who trusts in Him

7 comments:

Magnolia said...

Great work.

Anonymous said...

Firstly,how can you "bless" the lord?.Don't you say"Lord bless you?"Ever heard of a servant "blessing"his master?.I don't believe in blind trust on some anonymous lord...I believe in myself not the "lord".

Jono Clark said...

But you can say: "bless you master, for you have been so good to me".Haven't you ever seen those old movies where the peasants say, "bless you!" when the King does something gracious for them? So it is with us, we do not hold the power to bless Him, but we are merely expressing our gratitude.

Yash Mohite said...

Totally agree with you Jono Clark
While leading worship in labour camps i was asked the same qn
Bless the Lord simply means to love and thank God :D

Yash Mohite said...

Totally agree with you Jono Clark
While leading worship in labour camps i was asked the same qn
Bless the Lord simply means to love and thank God :D

The Trowbridge's said...

It is a phrase seen in the old testament Psalm 134 it means bless means give offering of worship and praise to the Lord the worthy of all praise. Christ and the name of Jesus every knee will bow of in Heaven and things on earth and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father

Chartee Zachary said...

This song blesses my heart
Let's worship The Lord in the beauty of His splendor psalms 96:9,psalms 29:2

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