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في حزن شديد

في حزن شديد

Author: Majeed Nushi Mansour
Tune: [في حزن شديد]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 - في حزنٍ شديدْ
وانسحاقٍ أكيدْ
رأيت الحبيبْ
فوق عودِ الصليبْ
فسألتُ في عجبْ
لِـما كلُّ ذا التعبْ
فتجسدَ السببْ
إثمي يبدو هائلاً
يا مَن فوق الصليبْ
أُمحُ إثمي يا حبيبْ

2 - في وقتِ الهجوعْ
وانطفاءِ الشموعْ
رأيت يسوعْ
باكياً بالدموعْ
كلُّ شوكةٍ بهِ
قد غرستُها أنا
فهرعتُ نحوهُ
وصرختُ قائلاً
يا مَن فوق الصليبْ
أُمح إثمي يا حبيبْ

3 - يا ربي الحبيبْ
إني أعترفُ
إثمي جعلَ
جنبَك ينزفُ
لك عهدي يا يسوعْ
أني لن أحزنُكُ
صوتي في كلِّ الربوعْ
سينادي قائلاً
يا مَن فوق الصليبْ
أنت لي نعمَ النصيبْ

Source: ترانيم الإيمان #290

Author: Majeed Nushi Mansour

مجيد نصحي منصور Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: في حزن شديد
Author: Majeed Nushi Mansour
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1990
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1990.



Instances (1 - 4 of 4)
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ترانيم الإيمان #290

تسابيح المحبة #127

رنموا للرب #830

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