بشرى الحب العجيب

بشرى ذا الحب العجيب

Author: J. M. Driver
Tune: WONDERFUL STORY
Published in 1 hymnal

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1- بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ
حبِّ الفادي الحبيبْ
بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ
بانت على الصليبْ
سادت أجواءَ الفضاءْ
أعلنت نورَ السناءْ
فاسمعوا من السماءْ
بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ

القرار:
أنشدوا – أنشدوا – أنشدوا
بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ

2- بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ
أَقبِلوا يا خطاهْ
بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ
فيها نبعُ الحياهْ
فادينا يشفي السِّقاما
يملأُ القلب سلاما
هيّا أعيدوا دوَاما
بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ

3- بشرى ذا الحب العظيمْ
للمذنبِ الأثيمْ
بشرى ذا الحب العظيمْ
تُعطي السِّلمَ المُقيمْ
نبلُغُ المينا الأمينَ
مع جمعِ المخلَّصينَ
نهتفُ مرنمينَ
بشرى ذا الحب العجيبْ


Source: ترنيمانت Emmanuel #9a

Author: J. M. Driver

Rv John Merritte Driver DD PhD DL USA 1857-1918. Born in Jefferson County,IL, he attended Illinois Agricultural College and Boston University. He married Elzire (Elsie) Louise Wiley in 1880, and they had an adopted son, Merritte. He was ordained a Methodist Episcopal minister and served, beginning in Prairie, IL in 1880, and at a number of churches in Chicago and other cities. He pastored the People's Church, Chicago, IL, 1902-07. He was a member of the American & Asiatic Archaelogical Society. He traveled extensively in Europe. He was a lecturer, orator, and writer. He wrote several books, including fiction, history, travel, and a number of hymn lyrics and a few tunes. He co-edited “Songs of the soul” (1885). John Perry Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: بشرى ذا الحب العجيب
Title: بشرى الحب العجيب
English Title: Wonderful Story of Love
Author: J. M. Driver
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: أنشدوا – أنشدوا – أنشدوا

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ترنيمانت Emmanuel #9a

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