10000 Reasons Lyrics (Bless The Lord) – Matt Redman

Bless the Lord O my soul
O my soul
Worship His Holy name
Sing like never before
O my soul
I’ll worship Your Holy name

The sun comes up
It’s a new day dawning
It’s time to sing Your song again
Whatever may pass
And whatever lies before me
Let me be singing
When the evening comes

You’re rich in love
And You’re slow to anger
Your name is great
And Your heart is kind
For all Your goodness
I will keep on singing

Ten thousand reasons
For my heart to find

And on that day
When my strength is failing
The end draws near
And my time has come
Still my soul will
Sing Your praise unending

Ten thousand years
And then forevermore

10000 reasons lyrics in english

10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)” is a religious tune co-composed by the English Christian artist-musician Matt Redman and the Swedish lyricist Jonas Myrin, originally recorded by Redman for his 10,000 Reasons collection, delivered in 2011 on Kingsway Music, and in this manner remembered for various arrangements, covered by different specialists and included as congregational love music in English or in interpretation all throughout the planet. In 2013, the melody won two Grammy Awards for “Best Contemporary Christian Music Song” and “Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance”. After the melody’s prosperity and effect, Redman likewise distributed a book: 10,000 Reasons: Stories of Faith, Hope, and Thankfulness Inspired by the Worship Anthem.

10 000 Reasons Lyrics

The melody is a contemporary variant of an exemplary religious tune putting forth the defense for “10,000 explanations behind my heart to discover” to adulate God. The motivation for the tune got through the initial stanza of Psalm 103: “Applause the Lord, my spirit; all my deepest being, acclaim his blessed name”. It is additionally founded on the nineteenth century English psalm “Applause, My Soul, the King of Heaven” composed by Henry Francis Lyte.

Redman reviewed the composition of the tune was through an underlying thought or idea from co-essayist Jonas Myrin. Redman revealed to Worship Leader magazine: “He [Myrin] played me a thought for a portion of the chorale song, and I discovered it quickly motivating. Truth be told, it seemed like an ideal fit for a tune dependent on the kickoff of Psalm 103. The tune met up actually rapidly – a decent lump of the melody was really an unconstrained moment” adding that the tune repeats how “we live underneath a persistent progression of goodness, graciousness, significance, and blessedness, and consistently we’re given a great many reasons why the Lord is so totally and completely deserving of our most elevated and best devotion”.

Ten Thousand Lyrics

The melody counts different characteristics of the adoration for God for humanity that makes him deserving of “acclaim ceaseless”, love for “a very long time and afterward forevermore”. The melody utilizes these properties: God’s blessedness, lovingkindness, gradualness to outrage, kind heart, His integrity, and His extraordinary name. The “10000 Reasons” idea is utilized in two references in the tune: First in the verses “Your name is incredible and Your heart is caring/For all Your decency, I will continue singing/Ten thousand purposes behind my heart to discover” and the second at the verses: “And on that day when my solidarity is falling flat/The end moves close and my opportunity has arrived/Still, my spirit will sing Your commendation ceaseless/Ten thousand years and afterward forevermore”.

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