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قد صعد الرب إلى أبيه في المجد

قد صعد الرب إلى أبيه في المجد

Author: أنطوان بدر
Published in 7 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 قد صعِدَ الربُّ إلى
أبيه في المجدِ
لكي يُعِد منزلا
لشعبِه المفدي
لاسمِ يسوعَ ربِّنا
ذبائحُ الإكرامْ
مَن قد قضى حباً بنا
وأوجدَ السلامْ

قوموا بألحان النشيدْ
يا معشرَ الأبرارْ
وسبِّحوا الرب المجيدْ
بنغمة الأوتارْ

2 مسيرُنا يا مؤمنونْ
في منهجِ الإيمانْ
ذكرُ اسمِ فادينا الحنونْ
يُبدِّدُ الأحزانْ
سيروا بلا همٍّ ولا
خوفٍ من الأعدا
ومَن أعدَّ المنزلا
سيُنجِزُ الوعدا

3 إذا دنا اليومُ الرهيبْ
والغضبُ اتقدْ
يسوعُ فادينا الحبيبْ
يأتي كما وعدْ
يقيمُ مَن تحت الثرى
يُغيِّرُ الأحيا
يخطَفُهُمْ فلا يُرى
موتٌ ولا بِلَى

Source: نظم المرامير #361

Author: أنطوان بدر

Antoine Badr أنطوان بدر Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: قد صعد الرب إلى أبيه في المجد
Author: أنطوان بدر
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: قوموا بألحان النشيد
Publication Date: 1885
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.



WIR PFLÜGEN (named after the incipit of Schulz’s original third stanza) was published anonymously in the Hanover collection Lieder für Volksschulen (1800). But it was credited to Johann A. P. Schulz in Lindner’s Berlin songbook Jungenfreund (1812). The harmonization by John B. Dykes (PHH 147)…

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ترانيم مسيحية #152

رنموا للرب #654

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نظم المرامير #361

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