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إبتغ التقديس

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1- إبتغِ التقديسَ
سِر مع الإلهْ
أتمم التكريسَ
وانقذِ الخطاةْ
إلهج بالكتابِ
نورِ ذي الحياةْ
سِر مع الصِّحابِ
تكتسب رضاهْ

2- إبتغِ التقديسَ
فالوقت قصيرْ
اختلِ مع ربكْ
إنه النصيرْ
اشخصن إليهِ
يظهرنَّ فيكْ
عن قُربٍ وبُعدٍ
نورُه يأتيكْ

3- إبتغِ التقديسَ
فالفادي هُداكْ
مُبهجُ التعيسَ
شخصهُ حِماكْ
في قلب الشقاءِ
حبه يكفيكْ
ونورِ الهناءِ
وَعدُه يُغنيكْ

4- إبتغِ التقديسَ
بالحمد والذِّكرِ
ضع بين يديهِ
النياتِ والفكرِ
ترتقَ بروحهْ
ذروَةَ الأفلاكْ
فتضحي مُعَدّاً
للمجد هناكْ


Source: ترنيمانت Emmanuel #50a

Author: William D. Longstaff

William Dunn Longstaff United Kingdom 1822-1894. Born at Sunderland, Durham, England, the son of a wealthy ship owner, he was a person of independent financial means. Although Longstaff had everything he desired, he still had an empty feeling in his life, and attended church one day and was inspired by words of a China missionary, Griffith John, on furlough to England, preaching at a service in Keswick, England, citing I Peter 1:16, “Be ye holy, for I am holy”. That resulted in him giving his heart to the Lord and beginning a Christian life, dedicated to God. He became a generous philanthropist and was influential in evangelical circles. Following his friend, Rev Arthur A Rees, a persuasive Welsh preacher, who left the Anglican pr… Go to person page >

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First Line: إبتغ التقديس
English Title: Take Time to Be Holy
Author: William D. Longstaff
Language: Arabic

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