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سبحوا الرب جميعا

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1 سبحوا الرب جميعاً
يا قبائل الأممْ
إنه رب عظيمٌ
وهو مصدر النِّعَمْ
حمِّدوا الرب جميعاً
حمدوه كل حينْ
يا شعوب الأرض غنوا
واحمدوه هاتفينْ

2 رحمة الرب علينا
قوِيتْ إلى الأبدْ
فارفعوا شكراً وحمداً
لاسم مولانا الأحدْ
إنه رب أمينٌ
ورحيمٌ وغفورْ
حقه الجليلُ يبقى
هللويا للدهورْ

Source: نظم المرامير #230

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First Line: سبحوا الرب جميعا
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.



CONVERSE (also "Erie", named for the city in Pennsylvania where the composer lived for many years) was written in 1868 and published two years later in his Silver Wings under the pseudonym Karl Reden. The tune has also been called "Friendship." Born in Warren, Massachusetts, on October 7, 1832, Char…

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نظم المرامير #230

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