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أصغى العلي لصوت شعبه

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1 أصغى العلي لصوت شعبهِ
إذ صرخوا إليه في العذابْ
نظر بالحب إليهمِ
وسؤلَهم في الضيق قد أجابْ

2 كذاك قد ذكر عهدهُ
مُعظماً لشعبه الرحمهْ
قدام كل من أذلهمْ
أعطاهم من فضله النعمهْ

3 يا ربنا اجمعنا وخلصنا
لنحمد اسمك بكل حينْ
مبارك للدهر فادينا
يا شعب قولوا كلكم آمينْ

Source: نظم المرامير #210

Text Information

First Line: أصغى العلي لصوت شعبه
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.



According to some sources, William H. Monk (PHH 332) wrote EVENTIDE for Lyte's text in ten minutes. As the story goes, Monk was attending a hymnal committee meeting for the 1861 edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern of which he was music editor. Realizing that this text had no tune, Monk sat down at t…

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