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إلى بئر السامرة

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1) إلى بئرِ السامرة جئتُ وحدي
لأملا جراري مياه
وعندها التقيتُ ربي
ففاضَ في قلبي ماءُ الحياة

القرار
فض في قلبي واملا حياتي
إذ فراغُ العالمِ رهيب
أنت المنُّ النازلُ من السماء
فاملأن واشبعن قلبي السكيب

2) كنتُ أسعى في الحياه لأمورٍ
لا تشبعن جوعي الشديد
لكنني وجدتُ أنَّ
لا مثيلَ لربي المجيد

3) يا صديقي هل تُرى قد جُذبتَ
من الخطا ولا مناص
تعال ليسوعَ فهو
يبغِي أن يمنحَكَ الخلاص


Source: تسابيح المحبة: الاصدار الثالي #276

Transaltor: Charlie Qusta تشارلي قسطة

تشارلي قسطة Go to person page >

Author: Richard Blanchard

Born: 1925, Chung­king (now Chong­qing), Chi­na, to Meth­od­ist miss­ion­ary par­ents. Died: April 19, 2004.  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: إلى بئر السامرة جئت وحدي
Title: إلى بئر السامرة
English Title: Fill My Cup, Lord
Transaltor: Charlie Qusta تشارلي قسطة
Author: Richard Blanchard
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: فض في قلبي واملا حياتي

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تسابيح المحبة #276

رنموا للرب #869

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