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بلطفه ناداني

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1- بلطفه ناداني مخلصي الحبيب
بروحه هداني لنوره العجيب
فسَبَّحَ الملائكة
لِهُدى نفسي الهالكة

قرار:
شخصه ناداني
دمه افتداني
حبه أتى بي للصليب
يا لَعُظم نعمة الحبيب

2- مخلصي أتاني بوجهه الوضّاح
بحبره شفاني وضمد الجراح
يا عجبا من حبهِ
اذ ارتضى بصلبهِ

3- وعند قدميه قد لذ لي الجلوس
مسبحا ممجداً مخلصي القدوس
فإن كل الأبدِ
لا يكفي سبحَ المفتدي


Source: رنموا للرب #118

Transaltor: Khalil As'ad Ghibrail

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Author: W. Spencer Walton

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Text Information

First Line: بلطفه ناداني
English Title: In Tenderness He Sought Me
Transaltor: Khalil As'ad Ghibrail
Author: W. Spencer Walton
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: شخصه ناداني
Publication Date: 1990
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1990.

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ترانيم الإيمان #115

تسابيح المحبة #133

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رنموا للرب #118

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