Daniel Taylor & The Trinity Choir Lyrics

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My soul doth magnify the Lord
And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour
For behold, from henceforth
All generations shall call me blessed
For he that is mighty hath
Magnified me and holy is his Name
And his mercy is on them that
Fear him throughout all generations
He hath shewed strength with his arm
He hath scattered the proud in the
Imagination of their hearts
He hath put down the mighty from their
Seat and hath exalted the humble and meek
He hath filled the hungry with good things
And the rich he hath sent empty away
He remembering his mercy hath holpen

His servant Israel as he promised to our
Forefathers, Abraham and his seed, for ever

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of "Magnificat" by Daniel Taylor & The Trinity Choir are a profound expression of praise and thanksgiving to God. The singer, likely Mary, proclaims the magnificence and greatness of the Lord, stating that her soul magnifies Him and her spirit rejoices in God her Savior. This opening verse sets the tone for the entire passage, emphasizing the singer's deep spiritual connection and joy in God's saving grace.

The lyrics go on to highlight the prophetic nature of the singer's role, as she acknowledges that all generations will call her blessed. This recognition stems from the realization that God, who is mighty and holy, has chosen to magnify and show mercy to her. The emphasis on God's mercy towards those who fear Him across all generations speaks to the enduring nature of His love and compassion.

The subsequent verses delve into the themes of divine strength, humility, and provision. The singer proclaims how God has demonstrated His power by scattering the proud and exalting the humble. This reflects a reversal of societal norms where the mighty are brought low, and the meek are lifted up. The mention of filling the hungry with good things and sending the rich away empty underscores God's care for the marginalized and vulnerable in society.

The final verses of the lyrics focus on God's faithfulness to His promises, specifically to Israel and their forefathers. The singer declares that God has remembered His mercy and fulfilled His covenant with Abraham and his descendants. This affirmation of God's enduring faithfulness and commitment to His people underscores the timeless nature of His divine plan and the singer's confidence in His providence. Overall, the lyrics of "Magnificat" convey a powerful message of faith, humility, and gratitude towards God for His mercy and provision throughout generations.

Written by: Orlando Gibbons

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