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من مثل ربنا القوي

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1 من مثل ربنا القوي
هو العلي رب الجنودْ
به يحيط حقهُ
وهو على الكل يسودْ
أنت إلهٌ قادرٌ
تُخضعُ كِبريا البحارْ
تُسكنها مهدئاً
لججَها بالاقتدارْ

2 أعداك قد سحقتهمْ
يا أيها الرب القديرْ
في الأرض قد بددتهمْ
فما لعزك نظيرْ
لك الأراضي والسما
وقد خلقت العالمينْ
بك الجبال صُنعتْ
تهتف لاسمك الأمينْ

3 لك ذراع قدرةٍ
يدكَ قد تعظمتْ
يمينك العظمى سمتْ
في فِعلها تمجدتْ
العدل والحق معاً
أساس عرشك العظيمْ
أمانةٌ ورحمةٌ
أمام وجهك الكريمْ


Source: نظم المرامير #167

Text Information

First Line: من مثل ربنا القوي
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

Tune

[O happy day that fixed my choice] (Rimbault)

This tune is likely the work of the composers named here, but has also been attributed to others as shown in the instances list above. William J. Reynolds, in his Companion to Baptist Hymnal (1976) writes as follows: “Happy Day appeared in William McDonald’s Wesleyan Sacred Harp (Boston, 1854),…

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نظم المرامير #167

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