Sing Allelu (Ode 40)

Music HighwayOne of the most inspiring of Christian worship artists is Fernando Ortega. His vocal quality and his deep worshipping style to me are full of ispiration.

Very often, in the morning, before I leave for work,  I would be fortunate to listen to one of his songs played on radio station, WIHS 104.9 FM.

I am not relating this for that station, if they read this blog, to be pressured in continuing to do so. But it is just another way for me to say, thank you, WIHS radio.

Even though the holiday has passed here in the States two days ago, I still want to say Happy Thanksgiving to all of you readers of this blog. My prayers are that we continue to focus on what God has done in our lives and to give Him all the praise and honor for the abundant grace and love He has lavished on us.

Thank you Lord God, thank you.

Sing Allelu

imageSing Allelu (Ode 40) circa 100 AD
hymnal – Odes Of Solomon (100 AD)
lyrics – unknown
music – unknown
sung by – Fernando Ortega
genre – Hymn
album – Odes Project, Vol 2 (2008)
track no. – 8

Grace pouring forth like a fountain flowing
Our hearts open wide to sing your praise.
And our sound becomes sweet with your anthems ringing
Praise to the name of the Lord.

image

Fernando Ortega

Sing Allelu! Sing Allelu!
We rejoice in your love most high!
Sing Allelu! Sing Allelu!
In your light you shine forever,
Shine in us, Oh Lord, forever,
We’re the light to the world, Allelu!

Let us who are afraid find refuge in Christ
And redemption assured in His name.
By day and by night we delight in your love
And forever your Word will remain.

Sing Allelu! Sing Allelu!
We rejoice in your love most high!
Sing Allelu! Sing Allelu!
In your light you shine forever,
Shine in us, Oh Lord, forever,
We’re the light to the world, Allelu!

Allelu! Allelu!
Allelu! Allelu!

Allelu! Allelu!
Allelu! Allelu!

Sing Allelu! Sing Allelu!
We rejoice in your love most high!
Sing Allelu! Sing Allelu!
In your light you shine forever,
Shine in us, Oh Lord, forever,
We’re the light to the world, Allelu!

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