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كان للموت يسير

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1 كانَ للموتِ يسيرْ
حاملاً إثمَ الخطاهْ
قام مِن بين القبورْ
مانحاً لنا الحياهْ
فافرحوا يا مؤمنونْ
واشكروا اللهَ الحنونْ
كلُّنا مرنمونْ
هللويا

2 حملُ الله الحبيبْ
جاءَ يفدي جِنْسَنا
قابلاً حمْلَ الصليبْ
مائتاً من أجلِنا
شوكةَ الموتِ قَهَرْ
وعلى القبرِ انتصَرْ
فلْنُرنمْ بالظفرْ
هللويا

3 عيّدوا الفصحَ العظيمْ
بسرورٍ وحبورْ
داسَ قُواتِ الجحيمْ
وملا الأكوانَ نورْ
ذلك الفادي الأمينْ
نورُنا الحقُّ المبينْ
فلْنُرنم هاتفينْ
هللويا

Source: كتاب الترانيم الروحية للكنائس الإنجيلية #148

Text Information

First Line: كان للموت يسير
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1965
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1965.

Tune

CHRIST LAG IN TODESBANDEN

CHRIST LAG IN TODESBANDEN is an adaptation of a medieval chant used for "Victimae Paschali laudes" (the same chant is the source for CHRIST IST ERSTANDEN, 407). The tune's arrangement is credited to Johann Walther (b. Kahla, Thuringia, Germany, 1496: d. Torgau, Germany, 1570), in whose 1524 Geystlic…

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