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إلهي انتظرته

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1 إلهي انتظرتُهُ
مُرتجياً فمال لي
ولصُراخي والدُّعا
سمعَ خالقي العلي

2 أصعدني بفضلهِ
من حفرةٍ مهلكةٍ
أقامني مُثبِّتا
رجليَّ فوق صخرةِ

3 وفي فمي ترنيمةً
قد جعل الرب الإلهْ
تسبيحةً جديدةً
أشدو بها طول الحياهْ

4 يرى الكثيرون معاً
خلاص ربنا الأمينْ
فيرهبون اسمَ العلي
متكلين واثقينْ

5 طوبى مَن اتِّكالُهُ
على المخلص العظيمْ
لم يلتفت لمُعجَبٍ
ولا لكاذبٍ أثيمْ

6 أكثرتَ يا رب السما
عجائباً من نحونا
أفكارك التي سمتْ
بها لقد أرشدتنا

7 أنا أُحدِّث بها
على المدى وأُخبرُ
عن أن تُعَدَّ قد نمتْ
جداً فليست تُحصرُ


Source: نظم المرامير #72

Text Information

First Line: إلهي انتظرته
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

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HURSLEY

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