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إذ كنت في أسر الردى

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1 - إذ كنتُ في أسرِ الردى
ناديتُ يا ربي
أصغَى إليَّ مُنجِدا
مُفرِّحاً قلبي

القرار
ما خابَ لي أملْ
خابَ لي أملْ
ربُّ الفِدا لبَّى النِّدا
وحققَ الأملْ

2 - كنتُ ضعيفاً فافتدى
نفسي مِن اليأسِ
خلَّصَني ربُّ الفدا
مكلِّلاً رأسي

3 - جئتُ إليك ساكباً
قلبِيَ في الصلاهْ
نشلْتًني لي واهباً
منابِعَ الحياهْ

4 - أهديك حمدي دائماً
في الليلِ والنهارْ
ما دمتَ لي مُلازماً
أهتِفُ بانتصارْ


Source: ترانيم الإيمان #146

Transaltor: Milhim Dhahabiyyeh ملحم ذهبية

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Author: Charles Price Jones

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Text Information

First Line: إذ كنت في أسر الردى
English Title: I Would not Be Denied
Transaltor: Milhim Dhahabiyyeh ملحم ذهبية
Author: Charles Price Jones
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: ما خاب لي أمل

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ترانيم الإيمان #146

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ترانيم مسيحية #228

تسابيح المحبة #293

رنموا للرب #48

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