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What though my joys and comfort die?
The Lord my savior liveth.
What though the darkness gather round?
Songs in the night he giveth.

(My Life Flows On In Endless Song)

رب السماء الخالق

رب السماء الخالق من أوجد الإنسان

Author: Wafeeq Samuel Wahbi
Tune: SING, REJOICE, HALLELUJA
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1) رب السماء الخالقُ مَن أوجدَ الإنسانْ
كيف يصيرُ الخالقُ في شبهِ ذا الإنسانْ
سرُّ التجسدِ الذي لم تفهمِ الأملاكْ
مَن حار فيه الأنبياءْ إذ جاوزَ الإدراكْ
هللوا هللويا . . قد أتانا من سماهْ
هللوا هللويا . . هللوا مجداً للهْ

2) في شكل طفلٍ وادعٍ قد جاءنا ابنُ اللهْ
طفلا أتي كي يُصلبَ كي يمنحَ الحياةْ
رحمته به التقت وحقَّهُ الصريحْ
بالرحمة العظمي لنا في ربنا المسيح
هللوا هللويا . . قَبِلَ الربُّ العجيبْ
هللوا هللويا . . مذودا ثمَّ صليبْ

3) إذ يولدُ لنا ولدْ يعطى لنا الحياةْ
فالنور يشرق لنا بمولد ابنِ اللهْ
والعُميُ سوف يُبصرونَ العرجَ إذ يمشونْ
والصمُّ يسمعونَ البكمَ لاسمه يشدونْ
هللوا هللويا . . قد أتى رب الحياةْ
هللوا هللويا . . هللوا مجدا لله


Source: تسابيح المحبة: الاصدار الثالي #78

Author: Wafeeq Samuel Wahbi

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First Line: رب السماء الخالق من أوجد الإنسان
Title: رب السماء الخالق
Author: Wafeeq Samuel Wahbi
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 2007
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2007.

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تسابيح المحبة #78

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