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أيا مؤمنون تعالوا

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1- أيا مؤمنونَ تعالوا سريعاً
إلى بيت لحمٍ بصوت التسبيحْ
ها في مذودٍ ملكَ الملوكِ

هلموا سبحوه هلموا مجدوهُ
هلموا أُعبدوا يسوعَ المسيحْ

2- يا جنود الله هلموا سبحوا
عظيمَ اسمَهُ وحبّهُ صريحْ
أعطوا للرب المجد في الأعالي

3- إهتفي للرب أيا كل الأرضِ
قدموا له حمداً وتسبيحْ
صارَ إنساناً كلِمةُ اللهِ

Source: ترنيمانت Emmanuel #78a

Transaltor: Frederick Oakeley

Frederic Oakeley graduated M.A. at Oxford, and took Orders in the Church of England. He became Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral, preacher at Whitehall, and incumbent of Margaret Chapel, London. He was active in the "Oxford Movement," and in 1845, called attention to his views for the purpose of seeing if he could continue to hold an Oxford degree, with so great a change in his opinions. The question was tried, and he was perpetually suspended unless he retracted. He then resigned his positions in the Church of England, and entered the Church of Rome, in which he became a Priest, and Canon of the diocese of Westminster. His publications are numerous, and some of them have considerable value. --Annotations of the Hymnal, Charles Hutchi… Go to person page >

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First Line: أيا مؤمنون تعالوا سريعا
Title: أيا مؤمنون تعالوا
English Title: O Come, All Ye Faithful
Transaltor: Frederick Oakeley
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: هلموا سبحوه هلموا مجدوه
Publication Date: 1956
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1956.


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ترنيمانت Emmanuel #78a

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