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لربي انتظرت فمن عنده

لربي انتظرت فمن عنده

Tune: RAPTURE (Humphreys)
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1 لربي انتظرت فمن عندهِ
خلاصي ومنه النجاهْ
هو الرب صخري به أحتمي
فأثبُت طول الحياهْ

2 عليّ تآمر كل شقي
بشرٍّ ليُهلكَني
يباركني فمهُ ظاهراً
وبالقلبِ يلعنني

3 لربكَ يا نفسُ فانتظري
ففيه الرجا والهُدى
هو الرب صخري به أحتمي
فأثبتُ طول المدى

4 خلاصي على الله عزي القوي
وقرني به يُنصبُ
عليه بطول المدى اتكِلوا
لديه القلوبَ اسكبوا

5 فأبناءُ آدمَ هم باطلٌ
وهم دائماً ناقصونْ
إلى الظلم والخطف لا تلجأوا
فتفنَوا ولا تشعرونْ

6 على المال لا تضعوا قلبَكمْ
ولو زاد فهو يزولْ
سمعت مراراً كلام العَلي
فأصغوا إلى ما يقولْ

7 سمعتُ بأن الإلهَ قوي
عزيزٌ ورب رحيمْ
يجازي النفوسَ كأفعالها
بحق وعدلٍ قويمْ


Source: نظم المرامير #113

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First Line: لربي انتظرت فمن عنده
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

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