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لاسمك التعظيم أهدي

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1 لاسمكَ التعظيمَ أُهدي
يا مخلصي الأمينْ
حيث لم تُشمِت عدواً
بي من المضايقينْ
قد صرختُ مستغيثاً
بك يا ربي الغفورْ
فشفيتني سريعاً
ومنحتني السرورْ

2 أنت قد خلصت نفسي
من مصايد الهلاكْ
ووهبتني حياةً
يا إلهي في رضاكْ
رنموا للرب دوماً
يا جميع الأمناءْ
لاسمه القدوس أهدوا
كل حمد وثناءْ

3 فإلى طرفةِ عينٍ
غضب الرب الإلهْ
بعدها يصفح حالاً
وحياةٌ في رضاهْ
إن أتى في الليل حزنٌ
وبكاءٌ وعناءْ
حلَّ في الصبح سرورٌ
وهتافٌ وهناءْ

Source: نظم المرامير #52

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First Line: لاسمك التعظيم أهدي
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.



The authorship of this tune is not clear, with different editors attributing the tune to different composers (or not naming one at all). See the instances list above for the different attributions. From William J. Reynolds, Companion to Baptist Hymnal (1976): "Nettleton first appeared as a two-part…

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نظم المرامير #52

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