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God is Good - Vancouver Flash Mob (Israel Houghton)
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An impressive lively flashmob based on the worship song "God is Good", in the streets of Vancouver. Performed by the Christian Korean community.

Nanoom is a Korean word that means 'to share and to give', and is the name of a youth movement in Vancouver. You can learn more about them on their Facebook account: www.Facebook.com/Nanoom2011

This is a song by Israel Houghton, although this is a cover.

Oh, Lord you are good. Sing:

Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever
Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever

People from every nation

People from every nation and tongue
From generation to generation.

We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are
We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are
Come on, sing
And you are good

Lord you are good. Sing

Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever
Come on, don't scan around, get involved and sing
Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever

Yes Lord, yes lord
People from every nation

People from every nation and tongue
From generation to generation.

We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are
We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are
Come on, shout it
And you are good

So good, so good, yeah

Put your hands up. Say:

You are good all the time
And all the time you are good, yeah
You are good all the time
All the time you are good
Say it again
You are good all the time
All the time you are good, yeah
You are good all the time
All the time you are good


Come on, come on, come on, come on

Lord, you are good, say

Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever
Lord you are good, yeah
Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever
Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever
I'm looking at a generation who knows how good He is
Lord, you are good and your mercy endureth forever

People from every nation
People from every nation and tongue
From generation to generation.

We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are
Oh yea, oh yea, oh yea
We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are

Come on, come on
Sing it again, we worship

We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are
We worship you hallelujah hallelujah
We worship you for who you are
For who you are
For who you are
For who you are

And you are good

Oh yea, oh yea

MERCY= Compassionate treatment, especially of those under one's power; clemency.

ENDURETH= (old fashioned, poetical or biblical) Endures.
In old English the third person singular ended in –ETH /ɪθ/ not in –S.
To endure is to last or continue to exist. ENDURETH FOREVER= Never ends.

TONGUE= /tʌŋ/ Language.

HALLELUJAH= An exclamation of praise, from ancient Hebrew meaning “praise ye Yahve” (= praise to the Lord). Also used as a cry of joy to express jubilation or also to express worship.

SCAN AROUND= Watch from the outside without participating.

GET INVOLVED= Participate.
This construction is a passive voice. In colloquial English it is very common to make the passive voice with the verb GET instead of BE:
- I got bumped by an old lady = I was bumped by an old lady

WORSHIP= To regard with ardent or adoring esteem or devotion. To love with all your heart (especially God, but also a loved one).

ALL THE TIME= Always.

The song is based on a Bible poem from the Book of Psalms:

For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.
Psalm 100:5 (King James Bible)

See the entire psalm 100


And then the expression "people from every nation and tongue" is very common in Christian language to refer to everybody in the world (people from all the countries and speaking all languages), for example in this prayer:

Gratefully and gladly, we come into this house of praises, most loving God. We come to join our voices with all those who have welcomed the call of Christ.
With people from every nation and tongue, a wave of joy linking earth and heaven in one congregation, we take our place with thanksgiving.
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful are you, Creator, Redeemer and Counsellor! Heaven and earth are full of your glory! Glory be to you, O God most high!
Amen!

 

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