Magnificent Meaning

Magnificent is so powerful song that can moved deeply our soul by the lyrics itself. This song shows how majestic and awesome is the Lord in our life. It is song by Hillsong that appears on the album Blessed and released in 2002.

This song meditating the John 1 on How God created the world through Him and by His glory. Magnificent help us to realize and know that the power of God is good that serve us a splendor the kingdom. We must trust Him with our soul and heart. We are created through Him and by Him. His glory makes everything perfect and beautiful with His time.  He always does what He promises and He is gracious in everything that He does in our life.

How glory He is! May the presence and peace of God be on us. To God be the Glory. God Bless us all. Just keep walking by faith not by sight.

Lyrics:

Who compares to You?
Who set the stars in their place?
You who calmed the raging seas
That came crashing over me.

Verse 1
Who compares to You?
You who bring the morning light,
The hope of all the earth
Is rest assured in Your great love.

Chorus
You are magnificent,
Eternally wonderful, glorious.
Jesus, no one ever will compare (last time to tags)
To You, Jesus.

Verse 2
Where the evening fades,
You call forth songs of joy.
As the morning wakes,
We Your children give You praise.

Tags
Jesus, no one ever will compare
To You, Jesus.
No one ever will compare
To You, Jesus.

Psalm 145:3-5 – “Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom. One generation commends your works to another; they tell of your mighty acts. They speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty— and I will meditate on your wonderful works.”

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2 thoughts on “Magnificent Meaning”

  1. Keep up the great work! It’s great to see how we can testify about God through various arts. Music is such a great way to talk about God and keep Him in our thoughts during our daily lives!

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