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Which Kingdom Melody is the most joyful to endure the last days?

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Started: 9/17/2012 Category: Miscellaneous
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First round is acceptance. However I will not be biased so no pro or con.


I accept. But I do like a lot (!!!) of them. This isn't going to be very easy.
Debate Round No. 1


Keep your eyes on the prize
When eyes of blind ones see again

And ears of deaf ones hear again,

When deserts blossom as the rose

And from parched ground fresh water flows,

When lame ones leap just like the hart,

When loved ones never have to part,

Such blessed times you"ll realize,

If you keep your eyes on the prize.

2. When tongues of mute ones speak again,

When old ones will be young again,

When earth will yield her rich increase

And all good things will never cease,

When songs of children fill the air,

When joy and peace are ev"rywhere,

Then, too, you"ll see the dead arise,

If you keep your eyes on the prize.

3. When wolves and lambs will feed as one,

When bears and calves bask in the sun,

A mere young boy will lead them all,

And they will heed his childish call.

When tears belong to yesterday,

When fears and pain have passed away,

You"ll see how God these things supplies,

If you keep your eyes on the prize


While that song is one of my favourites (the tune usually reduces me to tears!) I think the best one to sing is 134!
Try this next time you are at an assembly or district convention. When song 134 is sung, just stopsinging and look at all our brothers and sisters.

Song 134:
See Yourself When All is New
Song is taken from: Revelation 21: 1-5, Psalms 37:10, 11, Isaiah 65:17, John 5:28 and 2 Peter 3:13.

1. Just see yourself,
Just see me too;
Just see us all in a world that is new.

Think how you'll feel,
How it will be,
To live in peace, to be truly free.

No evil one,
Will then prevail;
Rule by our God cannot ever fail.

The time will have come for a new earthly start,
The song of our praises will pour out from our heart:

Jehovah our God,
How well you have done!
All things are new by the rule of your Son.
The fulness of our heart overflows in our song;
All glory and honour and praise to you belong.

2. Now see yourself,
Now see me too;
And look ahead to a world that is new.

No sight we see,
No sound we hear
Will cause alarm or give rise to fear.

All has come true,
Just as he said;
Now over mankind his tent is spread.

He now shall awaken those sleeping in death;
Their voices will join us with ev'ry greatful breath:


For anybody unfamiliar with the song see the video above.
Debate Round No. 2


Song 120

Listen, Obey, and Be Blessed

(Luke 11:28)

1. If we have listened to Christ, will we show it?

His teaching shines as it shows us the way.

It makes us happy to hear and to know it,

But we’ll be blessed if we know and obey.


2. Our way of life, like a house, gives protection

When it is built on the rock, not on sand.

If we apply Jesus’ loving direction,

We’ll build a life which on bedrock will stand.


3. Just as a tree rooted deep by the waters

Gives of its fruit when each season arrives,

If we obey as God’s own sons and daughters,

We’ll all be blessed and enjoy endless lives.


Listen, obey, and be blessed

When you hear God’s will expressed.

If you’d be happy and enter his rest,

Listen, obey, and be blessed.

(See also Deut. 28:2; Ps. 1:3; Prov. 10:22; Matt. 7:24-27.)



Song 91 is very good in helping us to remember that whatever we are suffering in this wicked world, we have Jehovah's support as a God, Father and Friend!

Song 91: My Father, My God and Friend
(Based on Hebrews 6:10)

Verse 1:

Life in this world can be hard.
Life in this world can bring tears and pain.
Still ev'ry day I will say,
My life is not in vain.


For God is not unrighteous,
And he remembers the love I've shown.
So He is ever near me;
With Jehovah, I'm not alone.
Yes, God is my provider
And my protector down to the end.
Yes, Jehovah is my Father,
My God and Friend.

Verse 2:

Gone are the days of my youth;
Days of calamity now are here.
Still through the eyes of my faith,
My hope is bright and clear.


(Also based in Pslams 71:17, 18)

For the voters and readers unfamiliar with these songs see video.
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