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قد مضى الرب الى عرشه السامي الرفيع

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1 قد مضى الربُّ الى
عرشِهِ السامي الرفيعْ
وغَدَا فوقَ العُلَى
في بني الناسِ شفيعْ
مَن إلى الأرضِ نزلْ
وحَكَى فيها الحَمَلْ
وعنِ الناسِ حملْ
كلَّ إثمٍ وزللْ

2 فهو يدري ضعفَنا
والرَّزايا والسَّقامْ
إذ قضى في أرضِنا
زمناً يبلو الأنامْ
ولهذا يشعُرُ
بِشَقانا والعِلَلْ
ودواماً يذكُرُ
ما عن الناس احتملْ

3 رجلُ الحزنِ اختبرْ
كلَّ أنواعِ الشقا
فلذا يُعطي البشرْ
بركاتٍ وعزا
فلنَدَعْ أشجانَنا
ولنسِرْ حالاً إليهْ
ولنضعْ أحزانَنا
مَوطِئاً لقدَميهْ

Source: كتاب الترانيم الروحية للكنائس الإنجيلية #154

Transaltor: سليم عبد الأحد

سليم عبد الأحد Go to person page >

Author: Michael Bruce

Bruce, Michael, son of a Scottish weaver, was born at Kinnesswood, Portmoak, Kinrossshire, Scotland, March 27,1746, and educated at the village school, Edinburgh University (where he first became acquainted with John Logan), and the Theological Hall of the Associate Synod, held at Kinross, under the Rev. John Swanston, intending ultimately to enter the ministry, a hope which was frustrated by his untimely death. To assist in procuring University fees and maintenance he for some time conducted a school, during the recess, at Gairney Bridge, and subsequently at Forrest Mill, near Tillicoultry. Whilst yet a student he died at Kinnesswood, July 5th, 1767. [Also, see Logan, John] The names of Michael Bruce and John Logan are brought together… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: قد مضى الرب الى عرشه السامي الرفيع
English Title: Where High the Heavenly Temple Stands
Transaltor: سليم عبد الأحد
Author: Michael Bruce
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1913
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.


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