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إن فاض من قلبي نبع السلام

إن فاض من قلبي نبع السلام

Author: Horatio Gates Spafford
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1- إن فاض من قلبي نبع السلام
أو كنت في وادي الظلام
فصوتي يرنم بين الأنام
إنني دائما في سلام

في سلام في سلام
إنني دائما في سلام

2- إن هاجت عليَّ جيوش الآلام
فنفسي في أمان تام
يسوع يبدد جند الظلام
بفدائه أسرى الآثام

3- فمجدًا لحامل ذنبي العظيم
وساتر عيبي الذميم
وماحي آثامي بالدم الكريم
له الشكر من ضالٍ أثيم

4- فيا ربي عجل بالملك السعيد
فنحظى بالعصر المجيد
يسود في الدنيا السلام الوطيد
فنشيد بالعهد الجديد

Source: رنموا للرب #99

Author: Horatio Gates Spafford

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Text Information

First Line: إن فاض من قلبي نبع السلام
English Title: It Is Well With My Soul
Author: Horatio Gates Spafford
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: في سلام في سلام



The gospel tune by Philip Bliss (PHH 482) was named after the ship on which his friends died; VILLE DU HAVRE (also called IT IS WELL) is best sung in harmony throughout. The refrain may be sung only once–after stanza 4 as a final testimony. Use a moderate organ accompaniment to support confident s…

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رنموا للرب #99

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