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ضللت ببحر الحياة وكان

ضللت ببحر الحياة وكان

Tune: [ضللت ببحر الحياة وكان]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1- ضللتُ في بحرِ الحياةِ وكانْ
طريقي شديد الظلامْ
فنادى يسوعُ بصوتِ الحنانْ
تعالَ لمينا السلامْ

قرار:
تعالَ إلى الربِّ حِصنِ الأمان
وأسرعْ ولا تُهملِ
تعالَ لمينا السلامِ وخذ
سلام الإله العلي

2- هرعتُ لصوتِ المُنادي الحبيبْ
ووَجَّهتُ سَيري إليهْ
وصَلتُ وكان سلامي العجيبْ
بطرحِ ذنوبي عليهْ

3- سلامي عظيمٌ بربي الكريمْ
أنا معْهُ طول الزمانْ
أنا في هناءٍ أنا في نعيمْ
نجوت ونلت الأمانْ


Source: رنموا للرب #588

Text Information

First Line: ضللت ببحر الحياة وكان
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: تعال إلى الرب حصن الأمل

Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 4 of 4)
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ترانيم الإيمان #89

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ترانيم مسيحية #262

تسابيح المحبة #249

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رنموا للرب #588

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