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لا تضطرب قلوبكم

لا تضطرب قلوبكم

Author: حبيب جرجس
Tune: ERNAN (Mason)
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 لا تضطرب قلوبكمْ
لكُم سلامي أتركُ
للدهر أعطيهِ لكم
في القلب حقا يَملكُ

2 أعطى لنا إلهُنا
سلامَهُ على الدوامْ
فلا نقولُ بعدَ ذا
للعالمِ امنحنا السلامْ

3 سلامنا في ربنا
يبقى لنا مدى الدهورْ
يأتي بكل بهجةٍ
وكل أنواع السرورْ

4 يمنحنا مسرةً
يملأنا بالابتسامْ
وعندَ ذا نثبت في
سلامه إلى الخِتامْ

Source: نظم المرامير #412

Author: حبيب جرجس

Habeeb Guirguis, an Egyptian-born religion reformer for the Egyptian Orthodox (Coptic) church. حبيب جرجس ، بك مصلح دينى مصرى و واحد من اشهر الوعاظ فى الكنيسه القبطيه الارتودوكسيه ، انصب اهتمامه على التعليم و خصوصيه المسيحيه المصريه فأسس الكليه الأكليريكيه -مدرسة الاسكندريه اللاهوتيه- فى العصر الحديث  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: لا تضطرب قلوبكم
Author: حبيب جرجس
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1965
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1965.



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