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الرب قسمتي حظي ومنيتي

الرب قسمتي حظي ومنيتي

Tune: NANAL
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 الرب قسمتي
حظي ومُنيتي
منه تفيض كأسي
فهو نصيب نفسي
قابضُ قُرعتي

القرار:
سرورْ سرورْ
نصيبي في الحياهْ
سلامْ سلامْ
فقسمتي الإلهْ

2 قد صار لي النصيبْ
فيك أيا حبيبْ
فالإرثُ لي شهيٌّ
وحسنٌ بهيٌّ
مقدسٌ عجيبْ

3 الرب كل حينْ
معي عنِ اليمينْ
لذا يُسرُّ قلبي
مبتهجاً بالربِّ
مخلصي الأمينْ

4 وجسدي مصانْ
يسكن في اطمئنانْ
أرقدُ في السلامهْ
على رجا القيامهْ
متى أتى الأوانْ

5 فلن يرى الفسادْ
مخلصُ العبادْ
تقيمه منصورا
تشبعه سرورا
بالمجد للآبادْ

6 ترشدني يا الله
في سبُل الحياهْ
مسرَّةٌ جزيلهْ
ونِعَمٌ جليلهْ
في الرب لا سواهْ


Source: نظم المرامير #22

Text Information

First Line: الرب قسمتي حظي ومنيتي
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: سرور سرور
Publication Date: 1977
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1977.

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