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ملك الإله السرمدي السامي

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1 ملك الإله السرمديُّ السامي
هو جالسٌ ممجداً على الكَروبْ
والشعوب تجثو لاسمه جميعاً
فهو للكل ملك مهوبْ

2 اسمَك العظيمَ يحمدون دوماً
فهو قدوس مهوبٌ صالحٌ كريمْ
أنت قد أحببت الحق يا إلهي
مُجرى عدلاً كاملاً قويمْ

3 اسجدوا لديهِ عظموهُ جَهراً
فهو قدوسٌ وصالحٌ لأتقياهْ
قادهم بحب وسَط البراري
مرشداً فضلاً كلَّ مَن دعاهْ

4 كنتَ يا إلهي لهمُ غفوراً
وعلى أفعالهم مؤدباً رحيمْ
اسجدوا للفادي عظموهُ جَهراً
فهو قدوسٌ طاهرٌ عظيمْ

Source: نظم المرامير #189

Text Information

First Line: ملك الإله السرمدي السامي
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.


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