Andrew Peterson – The Ninety And Nine

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“The Ninety And Nine” is a song written and performed by Christian singer-songwriter Andrew Peterson. It was released on his 2000 album Carried Along. The song is a ballad about a shepherd who leaves his ninety-nine safe sheep to go in search of one lost sheep. The song is based on the parable of the lost sheep from the Gospel of Luke.

The song has been praised for its powerful message of God’s love for sinners. Peterson’s vocals are heartfelt and emotive, and the lyrics are both beautiful and meaningful. The song has been a popular choice for worship services and has been covered by many other artists.

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“The Ninety And Nine” is a timeless classic that continues to touch the hearts of listeners. The song is a reminder that God never gives up on us, no matter how far we may have strayed.

 

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The Ninety And Nine Lyrics By Andrew Peterson

There were ninety and nine that safely lay
In the shelter of the fold
But one was out on the hills away
Far off from the gates of gold
Away on the mountains wild and bare
Away from the tender shepherd’s care
Away from the tender shepherd’s care

“Oh thou hast here thy ninety and nine
Are they not enough for thee?”
But our shepherd made answer:
“This of mine has wandered away from me!
And though the road be rough and steep
I go to the desert to find my sheep!
I go to the desert to find me sheep!”

None of the ransomed ever knew
How deep were the waters crossed
Nor how dark was the night that the Lord passed though
Ere he found his sheep that was lost
Out in the desert he heard its cry
Sick and helpless and ready to die
Sick and helpless and ready to die

But all though the mountains, thunder-riven,
And up from the rocky steep
There rose a glad cry at the gates of heav’n
“Rejoice, I have found my sheep!”
And the angels echoed around the throne
“Rejoice, for the Lord brings back his own!
Rejoice for the Lord brings back his own!”

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