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إذا غدا ذنبي

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1 - إذا غدا ذنبي
كالقرمز القاني
يَبيَضُّ كالثلج الذي
في رأس لبنانِ

2 - في ضيق أحوالي
وشدة الأحزان
لا أرهب الشر ولي
عون من الرحمان

3 - إن تهجم العِدى
مع عسكر الجحيم
فلست أخشى أحدا
ومنقذي الرحيم

4 - بترس إيمانٍ
وسيفِ روح الله
وخوذةِ الرجا معاً
أظفر بالنجاة


Source: ترانيم الإيمان #103

Author: ابراهيم سركيس

Ibrahim Sarkis, Lebanese poet and historian. He managed the American Press in Beirut. إبراهيم بن خطار سركيس Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: إذا غدا ذنبي
Author: ابراهيم سركيس
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1885
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

Tune

DENNIS (Nägeli)

Lowell Mason (PHH 96) arranged DENNIS and first published it in The Psaltery (1845), a hymnal he compiled with George. Webb (PHH 559). Mason attributed the tune to Johann G. Nageli (b. Wetzikon, near Zurich, Switzerland, 1773; d. Wetzikon, 1836) but included no source reference. Nageli presumably pu…

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