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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

في الضعف والآلام

في الضعف والآلام

Author: J. Bruce Evans
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 - في الضَّعفِ والآلامْ
في الضّيقِ والهُمومْ
في حَلَكِ الظَّلامْ
وشدةِ الغُمومْ
يُرشِدُ نفسي الهادي
خبيرُ أحوالي
في سُبُلِ الإرشادِ
يُزيلُ أثقالي

كفايتي نُعماهُ — نُعماهْ
وملجإي حِماهُ
في الحُزنِ عزاءْ — يمحو البلاءْ
كفايتي نُعماهُ

2 - في فُرقةِ الخُّلانِ
وخيبةِ الآمالْ
في حومةِ الـمَيْدانِ
وشدةِ النِّضالْ
أسمعُهُ يدعوني
لا ترْهبِ الفشلْ
بصوتِه الحنون
يبعثُ بي الأملْ

3 - في قسوةِ الخُطوبِ
وظُلمةِ الأكْدارْ
في صَولةِ الكروبِ
وجَولةِ الأشرارْ
يشمَلُني بالعَطفِ
مُخلِّصي العزيزْ
نعمةُ ربي تكفي
حِرزٌ معي حَريزْ

Source: ترانيم مسيحية #206

Author: J. Bruce Evans

Early 20th Century Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: في الضعف والآلام
English Title: His Grace Is Enough for Me
Author: J. Bruce Evans
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: كفايتي نعماه — نعماه
Notes: Suggested tune: [Just when I am disheartened], by J B. Evans


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ترانيم مسيحية #206

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