لا إسم قد حلا

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1 - لا إسمَ قد حلا
في الخلقِ أو سما
كاسمِ يسوعْ
مَنْ بينَ ذا الورى
أو ساكِني العُلى
قلبي ابتغى سوى
ربي يسوعْ

2 - قد اشترَيْتَني
بدمِكَ الغني
ربي يسوعْ
فحبُّك العظيمْ
قد فاقَ يا رحيمْ
يا مُفتدي الأثيمْ
ربي يسوعْ

3 - إليك أَلْتجي
نُعْماك أرتجي
ربي يسوعْ
لا أختشي لذاكْ
شراً ولا هلاكْ
إذ كنتُ في حماكْ
ربي يسوعْ

4 - سيفرَحُ القلبُ
متى أتى الربُّ
ربي يسوعْ
بغايةِ السرورْ
لأبدِ الدهورْ
أُشاهدُ الغفورْ
ربي يسوعْ


Source: ترانيم الإيمان #236

Author: James G. Deck

Deck, James George, eldest son of John Deck, of Bury St. Edmunds, was born in 1802 and educated for the army, and became an officer in the Indian service. Retiring from the army, and having joined the Plymouth Brethren, he undertook, in 1843, the charge of a congregation of that body, at Wellington, Somerset. In 1852 be went abroad and settled in New Zealand. His hymns were published in Hymns for the Poor of the Flock, 1837-1838; Psalms and Hymns, &c, London, Walther (containing those in the former collection), 1842; the Wellington Hymn Book, 1857; Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 1860. Of his hymns now in use outside his own denomination, the greater part appeared in the 1837-1838 book, and are found in his brother-in-law's (Dr. Walker's) Chelte… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: لا إسم قد حلا
English Title: Jesus, Thy Name I Love
Author: James G. Deck
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1885
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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ITALIAN HYMN

Felice de Giardini (b. Turin, Italy, 1716; d. Moscow, Russia, 1796) composed ITALIAN HYMN in three parts for this text at the request of Selina Shirley, the famous evangelically minded Countess of Huntingdon. Giardini was living in London at the time and contributed this tune and three others to Mar…

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