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عيني ترى فوق الصليب

عيني ترى فوق الصليب

Author: Hagop Jambazian
Tune: [عيني ترى فوق الصليب]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 - عيني ترى فوقَ الصليبْ
حبَّ يسوعِنا الحبيبْ
بدمِهِ الزكي الثمينْ
فدى جميعَ العالمينْ
له الثَّنا في المؤمنينْ
والسُّبحُ كلَّ حينْ . هللويا

2 - عيني ترى ذاك الذبيحْ
يسوعَ ربَّنا المسيحْ
بموتِه صارَ الفِدى
ونُصرةٌ على العِدى
وشخصُه لنا غَدا
ترنيمةَ المـدى . هللويا

3 - عيني ترى الدمَ الكريمْ
يجري فداءً للأثيمْ
به أصيرُ طاهراً
مُقدَّساً مُبرَّرا
إن ماضياً أو حاضراً
أو في الغد السعيدْ . هللويا

4 - عيني ترى الربَّ الحبيبْ
في السُّحبِ آتٍ عن قريبْ
فيا له يوماً مجيدْ
يومُ زَفافنا السعيدْ
إذ يحلو للقلبِ النشيدْ
بفرحٍ أكيدْ . هللويا

Source: ترانيم الإيمان #57

Author: Hagop Jambazian

Hagop Jambazian, (also Hagob Djambazian), was an Armenian Christian who was born in, and grew up in the old city of Jerusalem. He studied in Switzerland and Germany. During his life, he composed hundreds of praise songs arranged with Armenian style music. He also composed in Arabic, Bedouin and Turkish languages. يعقوب جمبازيان (هاقوب جمبزيان) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: عيني ترى فوق الصليب
Author: Hagop Jambazian
Language: Arabic



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ترانيم الإيمان #57

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ترانيم مسيحية #70

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