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رب احمني فأنت لي

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1 ربُّ احمني فأنت لي
يا خالقي نصيرْ
ونجني من طاردي
فليس لي مجيرْ
إن كنت يوماً ظالماً
أو مُنكرَ الإحسانْ
سلِّط على نفسي العِدى
حتى أرى الهوانْ

2 قم يا إلهي مانعاً
سخطَ المُضايقينْ
انظر إليّ واقض لي
أنت الذي تدينْ
لينته شر الشقي
وثبتِ الكاملْ
فأنت فاحص الكُلى
والحاكم العادلْ

3 مخلصي هو العلي
وملجإي الحصينْ
وهُو حِمىً للمتقي
والصادق الأمينْ
الله قاض عادلٌ
ويكره الأوزارْ
مَن لم يتُب يَرمِ بهِ
إلى عذاب النارْ

4 يسقط كل غادرٍ
في فخ غدرهِ
يرجع فوق رأسهِ
قِصاصُ شرهِ
أما أنا فإنني
أهتف بانتصارْ
يشدو لساني حامداً
اسم العليّ البارْ


Source: نظم المرامير #11

Text Information

First Line: رب احمني فأنت لي
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

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[Come every soul by sin oppressed] (Stockton)

John H. Stockton (b. New Hope, PA, 1813; d. Philadelphia, PA, 1877) composed MINERVA for one of his own gospel-hymn texts, "Come, Every Soul by Sin Oppressed." The tune was published in his Salvation Melodies No.1 (1874); however, it had also been published earlier in Joyful Songs Nos. 1-3 Combined…

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