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في ذي الحياة أحيا

في ذي الحياة أحيا

Author: Edward Harvey
Tune: [في ذي الحياة أحيا]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 - في ذي الحياة أحيا
لمن أحبني
ومات لفدائي
وقد خلصني
فيهِ ما أشتهي
حب لا ينتهي
يفيض لي كنهرٍ
ومنه أستقي

2 - وإن غرقتُ يوما
في يأس وفشل
وجدت منك عونا
فأنت لي الأمل
فملجإي حِماك
وأمني في فداك
تشفي لي كلَّ جرحٍ
ربي ولا سواك

3 - يا رب شوق قلبي
أعيشَ في رضاك
فأحيا بالإيمان
أسير في هداك
أُغمرني بالسلام
قدسني للتمام
ثبتني في قِواك
حقا لا بالكلام

4 - أبارك اسم ربي
أشدو في كل حين
لأنه مرادي
وراعي الأمين
لا أبتغي سواه
فبهجتي رضاه
عزي وفخر قلبي
رجائي والحياهْ


Source: ترانيم الإيمان #291

Author: Edward Harvey

إدوارد هارفي Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: في ذي الحياة أحيا
Author: Edward Harvey
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1990
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1990.

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ترانيم الإيمان #291

تسابيح المحبة #525

رنموا للرب #338

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