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لو تركت الأرض حالا

لو تركت الأرض حالا

Author: Charles C. Luther
Tune: [Must I go, and empty-handed]
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1) لو تركتُ الأرض حالاً
ودعانيَ الإلهْ
كي أُقَدم حساباً
عن وَكالة الحياهْ
هل بوزنتي ربحتُ
وزنةً لمجدهِ؟
هل أنا عبدٌ أمينٌ
أحيا طوع أمرهِ؟

2) كيف أدخل السماءَ
وأرى وجهَ أبي؟
كيف أصعد إليهِ
وأخي ليس معي؟
هل سيحلو لي مقامي
وأخي مُلقىً هناكْ
خارجاً يبكي وحيداً
في الجحيم في الهلاكْ

3) يا إلهي هل حياتي
تشهدُ بفضلكَ
هل سلوكي وكلامي
يُعلن عن حبكَ
يا إلهي ها حياتي
كرسنَّها لكَ
ولأَكُنْ كما تريدُ
مشبعاً لقلبكَ


Source: تسابيح المحبة: الاصدار الثالي #550

Author: Charles C. Luther

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Text Information

First Line: لو تركت الأرض حالا
English Title: Must I Go, and Empty Handed?
Author: Charles C. Luther
Language: Arabic

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تسابيح المحبة #550

رنموا للرب #325

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