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من أنا لأصير من شعبك

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1) من أنا لأصيرَ من شعبكَ
من دُعيَ عليهمِ اسمُكَ
عجبًا هل دعوتني أنا
لأكون ملكا لك
هل لغريبٍ، لضالٍّ أثيمٍ
أن ينتميَ للملك
عرَّفتني كم أنك رحيمٌ
إذ غرستني في كرمتِكْ

مباركٌ اسمُ الرب
مباركٌ اسمُ الرب
كلُّ ما في باطني يقول
مباركٌ اسمُ الرب

2) أظهرتَ لي عظيمَ رحمتِكَ
بسفكِ دماءِ الحمل
حبُّك يفوقُ كلَّ خيالٍ
بجُملتي أباركُكَ
مجدًا لك قد انشقَّ الحجابُ
وأعلنتَ لنا سرَّك
الآن أصرخُ يا أبا الآبُ
مجدًا فقد صرتُ لَكَ

Source: تسابيح المحبة: الاصدار الثالي #324

Transaltor: Nancy Faltas نانسي فلتس

نانسي فلتس Go to person page >

Author: Dawn Rogers

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Text Information

First Line: من أنا لأصير من شعبك
English Title: Who Am I to Be Part of Your People
Transaltor: Nancy Faltas نانسي فلتس
Author: Dawn Rogers
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: مبارك اسم الرب


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تسابيح المحبة #324

رنموا للرب #671

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