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إسمع صراخي والندا

إسمع صراخي والندا

Tune: [I entered once a home of care] (Williams)
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 اسمع صراخي والنِّدا
أيا رجا كل العبادْ
كن مصغياً إليْ
إياك أدعو ضارعاً
يا الله من أقصى البلادْ
إذا غُشِيَ عليْ

قرار
فأنت لي معينْ
ملجإي وصخرتي
أنت لي يا معينْ
أنت برج قوتي

2 ترشدني برحمةٍ
لصخرةٍ منيعةٍ
فيها أرى حِمايْ
إذ أنت سيدي القوي
وأنت برجُ قوتي
ملجايَ من أعداي

3 بدار قدسك البهي
يا رب قد أسكنتني
على مدى السنينْ
نذري لقد سمعتَه
وأنت قد منحتني
إرثَ المقدَّسينْ

4 سنو المليك المُصطفى
يزيدُها إلهنا
في الخير والسلامْ
يجلس قدام العلي
في كل عزٍّ وهَنا
على مدى الأيامْ

5 بلطفك احفظ مُلكَه
يا رب من أجل اسمكا
باركه يا منّانْ
لاسمك أشدو هاتفاً
والنذرُ أُوفيه لكا
جَهراً بكل آنْ


Source: نظم المرامير #112

Text Information

First Line: إسمع صراخي والندا
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: فأنت لي معين
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

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