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هل كل ذا عني أنا

هل كل ذا عني أنا

Author: John M. Whyte
Published in 2 hymnals

Full Text

1 - هل كل ذا عني أنا
قاسى المسيحُ بالعنا
مُخَلِّـياً عرشَ السما
يذوقُ عني الألما

عني أنا عني نَعمْ
فحبُّه سامٍ عجيبْ
يشدو به تَرَنُّمي
إذ قد فداني بالصليبْ

2 - هل لي أنا قال المسيحْ
أقبلْ إلَـيَّ يا جريحْ
أسند هنا الرأسَ الكليلْ
وألقِ حملَك الثقيلْ

3 - هل رأسَهُ عني حَنَى
محتملاً كلَّ الضني
عني الفِداءَ تمَّما
مُعطي السلامِ مُنعِما

4 - هل كان عني ذا القِصاصْ
لكي يُنيلَني الخلاصْ
وكي أنالَ بالفداءْ
ودمِهِ مجدَ السماءْ

Source: ترانيم مسيحية #73

Author: John M. Whyte

John M. (Marchant) Whyte. Evangelist, hymn writer, singer, b Paris, Canada West (Ontario), 8 Jun 1850, d Toronto 17 Mar 1927. He studied at the University of Toronto and devoted himself to evangelistic and temperance work. Typical of several hundred songs for which he wrote the words or the music, or both, are 'Canada Shall Yet Be Free,' 'Toronto the Good,' and 'Song of Trust.' Many songs appeared in separate editions published by Toronto News Co or Briggs. With his brother David Albert Whyte he edited Sing Out the Glad News (Briggs 1885) and Songs of Calvary (Briggs 1889). The Great Redemption (Briggs 1894), Nuggets of Gold (Briggs 1898) and Battle Songs of the Cross (1901) contain many of his own melodies. Eight of his hymns are reprinted… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: هل كل ذا عني أنا
English Title: Was it For Me?
Author: John M. Whyte
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: عني أنا عني نعم
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