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هللوا هللوا للعلي رتلوا

هللوا هللوا للعلي رتلوا

Tune: [Will you come, will you come, with your poor broken heart]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 هللوا هللوا
للعلي رتلوا
ورنموا بنشيدْ
بوصايا الغفورْ
للتقيِّ سرورْ
طوباه فهو سعيدْ

قرار
طوبى لمن يُعطي الفقيرْ
حافظِ عهد القديرْ
ذكرهُ قائمٌ . برُّه دائمٌ
له الإلهُ نصيرْ

2 ثابتٌ أصلهُ
دائمٌ نسلهُ
في بركات الصمدْ
داره بالغِنى
تمتلي والهَنا
وبره للأبد

3 نور رب السلامْ
مُشرقٌ في الظلامْ
للمستقيمي القلوبْ
هو رب رحيمْ
ورؤوف حليمْ
وفارجٌ للكروبْ

4 السخي سعيدْ
في سلامٍ وطيدْ
بالحق يُجري الأمورْ
مجده قائمٌ
ذكرهُ دائمٌ
ولا يخاف الشرورْ

5 قلبه واثقٌ
حبه صادقٌ
لربه ينتظرْ
خيرهُ للفقيرْ
بره للدهورْ
وبالعلي يفتخرْ


Source: نظم المرامير #223

Text Information

First Line: هللوا هللوا للعلي رتلوا
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: طوبى لمن يعطي الفقير
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

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