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مغبوط المعطي الغيور

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1 مغبوطٌ المعطي الغيورْ
في عمل الخير العظيمْ
وكل معطٍ بسرورْ
يحبه الرب الكريمْ

قرار
في السخاء سرورُ
وأجرٌ عظيمْ
فالكريم الغيورُ
يَسُر الرحيمْ

2 أكرِمْ بمالك الإلهْ
فتمتلي خزائنُكْ
ويسمعُ الله الصلاهْ
وروحه يساكنُكْ

3 مَن يرحمُ العافي الفقيرْ
يقرض ربّه الجليلْ
وسيجازيه القديرْ
عن ذلك الفعلِ الجميلْ

4 ومن يسد أذنيهْ
عن صوت مسكينٍ حزينْ
فالرب لا يصغي إليهْ
في طِلبةٍ ولا يُعينْ

5 لذاك لا تنس الجميلْ
إلى جميع المُعوِزينْ
بل افعل الخير الجزيلْ
لا سيما للمؤمنينْ


Source: نظم المرامير #430

Author: أنيس سلوم

أنيس بن ناصيف بن نعمة بن سليمان سلوم. ولد في مدينة حمص، وتوفي في دمشق. عاش في سورية، ولبنان. Go to person page >

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First Line: مغبوط المعطي الغيور
Author: أنيس سلوم
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: في السخاء سرور
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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