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How Deep the Father’s Love For Us (Ce Adunc e Iubirea Tatal lui Pentru Noi)

Buna Sear. Ce faci? (How are you?) Am fost la biserica de doua ori astazi. (I went to church twice today.) In America e o traditia sa aiba o slujba de doua ori fiecare Dumnica. (In America, there is a traditional to have a worship service two times every Sunday.) Daca cineva are serviciu si trebuie sa lucreaza de dimineata, ei pot sa merg de seara. (If someone has a job and has to work in the morning, they can go in the evening.) Daca cineva trebuie sa mearga la serviciu de seara, ei pot sa merg de dimineata. (If someone has to go to their job in the evening, they can go in the morning.) Daca nu lucreaza pe Duminica, poti sa mearga de doua ori daca vrei, si imi place sa mearga la slujba, asa merg. (If you don’t work on Sunday, you can go twice if you want, and I like to go to worship, so I go twice.) Dumnezeu ma iubeste, si eu il iubesc. (God loves me, and I love him.) Imi place sa mearga la slujba. (I like to go to worship.) Imi place sa mearga la clasele de Biblia. (I like to go to the Bible classes.) Imi place sa cant la Dumnezeu. (I like to sing to God.) Imi place sa citesc Biblia mea. (I like to read my Bible.) Iubesc pe Dumnezeu, si el ma iubeste. (I love God, and he loves me.) El ne iubeste pe fiecare dintre noi. (He loves every one of us.)

How Deep the Father’s Love For Us

Ce Adanc e Iubirea Tatal lui Pentru Noi

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How deep the father’s love for us,

Ce de adanc e iubirea Tatal lui pentru noi

How vast beyond all measure

Ce mare! Nu pot sa fie masurat

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That he should give his only son

Ca el trebuie sa da fiul lui

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To make a wretch his treasure.

Sa faca o mizerabil sa fie comoara lui.

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Behold the man upon the cross,

Uita te el om pe crucea,

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My sin upon his shoulders

Pacatele mele de asupra de umarele lui

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Ashamed, I hear my mocking voice

Rusine, aud vocea mea batand joc si

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Call out among the scoffers.

Cheama dintre cel ne credinciosi.

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It was my sin that held him there

Era pacatele mele pe care a tinut pe el acolo

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Until it was accomplished

Pana era la sfarsit

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His dying breath has brought me life

Respiratie lui muriband sa dus la mine viata

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I know that it is finished.

Stiu ca e terminat.

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I will not boast in anything

Nu voi laud pe mine insusi de loc

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No gifts, no power, no wisdom

Nu darurile, nu puteria, nu intelepciunea

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But I will boast in Jesus Christ,

Dar voi laud doar Iesu Cristos,

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His death and resurrection.

Moartea lui si inviere lui.

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Why should I gain from his reward?

Dece eu trebuie sa castig din resplata lui?

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I cannot give an answer

Nu pot sa te dau un respuns.

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But this I know with all my heart,

Dar asta stiu cu toata inima mea,

His wounds have paid my ransom.

Ranele lui au platit rascumparare mea.

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