باهر السناء سيد الوجود

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1 - باهرُ السناءِ
سيدُ الوجودِ
هو ابن الله والانسانْ
فيه رجائي
له ثنائي
شادياً أعذب الألحانْ

2 - أبدعُ المروجِ
أجمل الغاباتِ
ترتدي حلة الربيعْ
يسوع أبهى
منها وأسنى
بجمال البر الوديعْ

3 - من ضياءِ الشمسِ
وجمال البدرِ
والسمواتِ والنجومْ
يسوع أعلى
مجداً وأسمى
لأنه الفادي الرحومْ


Source: ترانيم الإيمان #230

Transaltor: جورج خوري

جورج خوري Go to person page >

Author: Joseph A. Seiss

Joseph A. Seiss was born and raised in a Moravian home with the original family name of Seuss. After studying at Pennsylvania College in Gettysburg and completing his theological education with tutors and through private study, Seiss became a Lutheran pastor in 1842. He served several Lutheran congregations in Virginia and Maryland and then became pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church (1858-1874) and the Church of the Holy Communion (1874-1904), both in Philadelphia. Known as an eloquent and popular preacher, Seiss was also a prolific author and editor of some eighty volumes, which include The Last Times (1856), The Evangelical Psalmist (1859), Ecclesia Lutherana (1868), Lectures on the Gospels (1868-1872), and Lectures on the Epistles (1885… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: باهر السناء سيد الوجود
English Title: Fairest Lord Jesus
Transaltor: جورج خوري
Author: Joseph A. Seiss
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1965
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1965.

Tune

CRUSADERS' HYMN (111271)

ST. ELIZABETH appears to be an eighteenth-century tune from the Glaz area of Silesia. It has always been associated with this text. No factual data exists for the legend that this text and tune date back to the twelfth-century crusades, although those apocryphal stories explain one of the names by w…

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ترانيم مسيحية #3

تسابيح الرجاء #303

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