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عني قضى ربي الحنون

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1- عني قضى ربي الحنون
وذاق غصات المنون
محرراً أسري السجون
رب الوري فادي الأنام

قرار:
جئت شفاءً مت فداءً
فيا لحبك العجيب
ليس سواك ففي دماك
نجوت من موت رهيب
فكيف أنسى شافي جروحي
ماحي آثامي فكيف أنسى
لولاك أنت حبي وعوني
ربي أنت في الحشا فلن أنساك

2- سالت ينابيع دماه
حباً حناناً للخطاه
ما من رجاء بسواه
يغني الحياة بالتمام

2- كيف قضى يا للعجب
فوق صليب من خشب
بالصلب قد محى الغضب
وسيط صلح وسلام


Source: رنموا للرب #85

Transaltor: Milhim Dhahabiyyeh ملحم ذهبية

ملحم ذهبية Go to person page >

Author: Rose N. Coull

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Text Information

First Line: عني قضى ربي الحنون
English Title: Was it For Me?
Transaltor: Milhim Dhahabiyyeh ملحم ذهبية
Author: Rose N. Coull
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: نعم قضى عن الجميع

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ترانيم الإيمان #56

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ترانيم مسيحية #74

تسابيح الرجاء #321

تسابيح المحبة #102

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رنموا للرب #85

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