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120a. En animsufero, meze de dolor' (versoj 11.11.11.11)

1. En animsufero, meze de dolor',
Dion kun espero fidu via kor'.
Vidas ĉiun ploron, ĉion scias Di';
Vian kordoloron sentas ankaŭ li.

2. Se en agonio ĝemas la anim',
Preĝu vi al Dio, fidu lin sen tim'
Ĉian kordoloron, kiun sentas vi —
Larmojn kaj angoron — foren viŝos li.

3. Kion ni suferas sur la tera voj',
Plene ja superos enĉiela ĝoj'.
Ho Savinto, donu amon nun al ni;
Per favoro kronu, tiru nin al vi.

Text Information
First Line: En animsufero, meze de dolor'
Title: En animsufero, meze de dolor' (versoj 11.11.11.11)
Original Language: German (via English)
Translator (into English): Frances Elizabeth Cox (1841)
Translator: Montagu Christie Butler
Author: Heinrich Siegmund Oswald (1826)
Publication Date: 2009
Topic: Faith in Afflictions
Source: HE 138 = AK 184
Tune Information
Name: ST. CONSTANTINE
Composer: William Henry Monk (1823-1889) (1861)



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