هللي يا كائنات

Representative Text

1 - هلّلي يا كائناتْ
واعزِفي يا مُطرَباتْ
إذ أتَتْ بُشرى السلامْ
من إلهٍ للأنامْ

2 - من أتى مرنما
حاملاً بُشرى السما؟
ذا ملاكٌ َبشّرا
بالسرورِ البَشَرا

3 - مَن مِنَ الناسِ هناك
كان يُصغي للملاكْ؟
كان حراسٌ رُعاهْ
يسمعون بانتباهْ

4 - ما تُرى إذْ قصدوا
بيتَ لحمٍ وجدوا؟
شخصَ ربٍّ مُفتدي
مُضجَعاً في المذودِ

5 - يا تُرى هل نستطيعْ
نحنُ نأتي للوديعْ؟
يقبلُ الربُّ الصمدْ
كلَّ إنسانٍ وَردْ

6 - أيها الربُّ القديرْ
هَبْ لنا الروحَ المنيرْ
كي نرى الجمعَ العديدْ
نالَ ميلاداً جديدْ


Source: ترانيم الإيمان #417

Text Information

First Line: هللي يا كائنات
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1913
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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ترانيم الإيمان #417

تسابيح الرجاء #31

تسابيح المحبة #68

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