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أمجد الآيات غنوا

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1 - أمجدَ الآياتِ غَنُّوا
بشِّروا الجموعْ
أمساً واليومَ ودوماً
هوَ هوْ يسوعْ
لم يزلْ يمحو الخطايا
يُبرِئُ العليلْ
يُسكِتُ الموتْ يُنَجّي
والعنا يُزيلْ

أمساً واليومَ، دواماً
يسوعُ يدومْ
كل شيءٍ يتغيرْ
يسوعُ يدومْ
مجداً لاسمهِ
مجداً لاسمهِ
كل شيءٍ يتغيرْ
يسوعُ يدومْ

2 - جال في الأرضِ طبيباً
كم شفى سَقيمْ
لم يزلْ يشفي ويُحيي
كما في القديمْ
إن أتيتَ أنت ايضاً
منهُ طالباً
مؤمناً به فلن تـ
ـعودَ خائباً

3 - وإلى عمواسَ يومًا
سار كالرفيق
ويسير الآن معنا
في رخا وضيق
وهو آتٍ عن قريبٍ
مثلما وعد
وسنبقى كل حينٍ
معهُ للأبدْ

Source: ترانيم الإيمان #229

Author: Albert B. Simpson

Albert B. Simpson was the founder of The Christian and Missionary Alliance. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

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First Line: أمجد الآيات غنوا
English Title: Yesterday, Today, Forever (O how sweet the glorious message)
Author: Albert B. Simpson
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: أمس واليوم ودوما



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ترانيم مسيحية #186

رنموا للرب #986

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