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ربي أقض لي مع أمة

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1 ربي أقضِ لي مع أمةٍ
ليس بها رحمهْ
ونجني من ظالمٍ
يطلبُ لي النقمهْ

2 فأنت حصني ملجإي
مخلصي الأمينْ
فكيف تُؤذيني العِدى
وأنت لي معينْ

3 أنِر طريقي خالقي
بالحقي والهُدى
حتى لبيتك أجي
بالحمد مُنشدا

4 لبيت ربنا العلي
آتي وأسجدُ
إلى إلهي بهجتي
بالحمدِ أعبدُ

5 تُرى لأيِّ سببٍ
يا نفسِ تحزنينْ
مِن أي خوفٍ وعَنا
يا نفسُ تنحنينْ

6 ترَجّي الله العلي
فإنه النصيرْ
مخلصي ومنقذي
وسيدي القديرْ

Source: نظم المرامير #79

Text Information

First Line: ربي أقض لي مع أمة
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.


EVAN (Havergal)

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نظم المرامير #79

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