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سيسود الفادي

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1 سيسود الفادي
ريسُ السلامْ
وسَط البلادِ
لمدى الأيامْ
حكمه بالعدلِ
ثابتٌ متينْ
يُخضع المُستعلي
يُنصف المسكينْ

قرار
للمسيح الفادي
قدموا الإكرامْ
فهو للآبادِ
ريِّسُ السلامْ

2 عرشه وطيدٌ
اسمه مَرهوبْ
عصره سعيدٌ
يُبهج القلوبْ
يُشرق الأبرارُ
فيه كالشموسْ
تهدأ الأفكارُ
تفرح النفوسْ

3 ولديه تسجدْ
أمم الأقطارْ
والملوك تعبدْ
اسمَه المُختارْ
فهو فادٍ ظافرْ
للتقي نصيرْ
ومُعينٌ قادرْ
يُسعف الفقيرْ

4 اسمه كريمٌ
وإلى الآبادْ
مجده عظيمٌ
يملأ البلادْ
مجدوا اسم الفادي
ربنا الأمينْ
ملكِ الأمجادْ
واهتفوا آمينْ


Source: نظم المرامير #139

Text Information

First Line: سيسود الفادي
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: للمسيح الفادي
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

Tune

ST. GERTRUDE

The popularity of this hymn is partly due to ST. GERTRUDE, the marching tune that Arthur S. Sullivan (PHH 46) composed for this text. The tune was published in the Musical Times of December 1871 in an advertisement for Joseph Barnby's (PHH 438) forthcoming Hymnary, which published both text and tune…

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