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باسمك القدوس ندعو أيها الباري المجيد

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1 باسمك القدوسِ ندعو
أيها الباري المجيدْ
أنت للإحسانِ نبعُ
أنت عونٌ للعبيدْ
لك نأتي لك نأتي
بتسابيحِ النشيدْ

2 كلُّ خيرٍ منك يجري
بسخاءٍ وكرمْ
فاض بالحب كبحرٍ
تستقي منه الأممْ
كلَّ حصرِ كل حصرٍ
فاق يا ربَّ النِّعَمْ

3 جودُك الفيّاضُ يحلو
لفقيرٍ وأسيرْ
وظلامَ الإثم يجلو
عن فؤادي والضميرْ
لك منّا لك منّا
كلُّ شكر يا قديرْ

4 ابنَك المحبوبَ عنا
قد بذلتَ يا مُعينْ
بعدَما بالأسر كُنّا
فكَّنا ذاك الأمينْ
فيه غَنّى فيه غنّى
كلُّ جمعِ المؤمنينْ

5 اسمُك السامي العظيمُ
يملأُ النفسَ سلامْ
أنت تنفي يا رحيمُ
كلَّ همٍّ وسَقامْ
يا كريمُ يا كريمُ
أعطنا حسنَ الختامْ


Source: نظم المرامير #311

Author: سليم كساب

Saleem Ibn Elias Kassab سليم بن إلياس كساب Go to person page >

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First Line: باسمك القدوس ندعو أيها الباري المجيد
Author: سليم كساب
Place of Origin: Lebanon
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1873
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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VESPER HYMN (Bortnianski or Stevenson)

VESPER HYMN appeared in John A. Stevenson's Selection of Popular National Airs (1818) as a setting for Thomas Moore's "Hark! The Vesper Hymn Is Stealing." A footnote in that hymnal explained that Stevenson had added what is-now the first line of the retrain to a "Russian Air." Some later hymnals att…

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