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قد صرخت راجيا

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1 قد صرختُ راجياً
فأجِبني يا حليمْ
كي أكون حافظاً
شرع ربنا الحكيمْ

2 قُمتُ ليلاً ضارعاً
عند إقبال الصباحْ
راجياً من خالقي
كل خيرٍ وصلاحْ

3 استمع لي راحماً
حسب جودك العميمْ
أحيِني يا سيدي
حسب قولك الكريمْ

4 تابعو الشرِّ أتَوا
يطلبون عبدكا
للخصام والأذى
تاركين عهدكا

5 أنت دوماً حاضرٌ
وقريبٌ سامعٌ
في وصاياك الهُدى
فهي حق ساطعٌ

6 من شهاداتِ العلي
قد عرَفنا من قِدَمْ
أنه واضعها
لهِدايةِ الأممْ

Source: نظم المرامير #253

Text Information

First Line: قد صرخت راجيا
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.



NUN KOMM DER HEIDEN HEILAND is a chorale derived from a chant. Among the simplest of the Lutheran repertoire, it is framed by identical lines–l and 4. Sing the entire hymn with antiphonal groups (the practice its original Latin author, Ambrose, strongly promoted). Sing some stanzas in unison and o…

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نظم المرامير #253

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