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ها مسيح الرب قالا

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1 ها مسيحُ الرب قالا
جئتُ نورَ العالمينْ
لا يرى خِلّي الضلالا
بل هدى الحق المُبينْ

قرار
هَب لنا اللهم نوراً
في دجى هذا الحياهْ
فهو يُعطينا سروراً
وابتهاجاً مِن هُداهْ

2 يا يسوع الرب حقِّقْ
لي مواعيدَ الكتابْ
بضياءِ الروح مزِّقْ
غيمَ شكٍّ وارتيابْ

3 فإذا النفسُ استنارتْ
منك ضاءت للسِّوَى
مثل شمسٍ قد أعارتْ
ضوءَها بدرَ الدجى

4 مُلكَ نورِ الحق أيِّدْ
في ذُرى هذي الربوعْ
وظلامَ الجهل بدِّدْ
عن حِمانا يا يسوعْ

5 شمسُك الحُسنى علينا
أشرقت دون غيابْ
سيدي أسرع إلينا
قادماً فوقَ السحابْ


Source: نظم المرامير #343

Author: سليم كساب

Saleem Ibn Elias Kassab سليم بن إلياس كساب Go to person page >

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First Line: ها مسيح الرب قالا
Author: سليم كساب
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: هب لنا اللهم نورا
Publication Date: 1885
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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