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كلمن ربي قلبي

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1 - كلِّمَنْ ربي قلبي
بالصمتِ والسكونْ
قولَك اسمِعِني ربي
"وحدَكَ لن تكونْ"
أحْيِ في نفسي قولِكْ
في الأمنِ والشُّجونْ
أنا محتاجٌ فضلَكْ
يا ربِّيَ الحنونْ

قرار
ربيَ اهمِسْ في أُذني
بوعدِك الثمينْ
"أنت محفوظٌ يا ابني
بشخصِيَ الأمينْ"
كلَّ يومٍ كلِّمْني
بالحقِّ واليقينْ
عندَ ضعفي أَسمِعني
"لستَ بلا مُعينْ"

2 - ربيَ اكشِفْ لي برَّكْ
كسالفِ الأيامْ
علِّمَن نفسي أمرَكْ
والحقَّ بالتمامْ
تشدُ نفسي بحمدِكْ
طوعاً على الدوامْ
تتغَنَّ بمجدِكْ
في محضرِ الأنامْ

Source: ترانيم مسيحية #232

Author: L. L. Pickett

Rv Leander Lycurgus Pickett USA 1859-1928. Born at Burnsville, MS, he became a Methodist evangelist. He held meetings in several states and at Holiness campgrounds. After marrying Ludie, they served pastorates in northeast TX, and Columbia, SC, before moving to Wilmore, KY. Pickett married Pruvy Melviney Dorough in 1878, and they had a son, James, in 1880. After her death in 1887, he married Ludie in 1888. He was a renowned speaker, leader, minister, author, hymnwriter, and patriot, prominent in the Holiness Movement, and helped found Asbury College (now University), at Wilmore, KY, where he also served as the financial agent of the board of trustees for many years. The Picketts boarded m,inistry students attending Asbury, among who… Go to person page >

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First Line: كلمن ربي قلبي
English Title: Speak to My Soul
Author: L. L. Pickett
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: ربي اهمس في أذني

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ترانيم مسيحية #232

رنموا للرب #114

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