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طال انتظار المؤمنين

طال انتظار المؤمنين

Author: سليمان ضومط
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 طال انتظار المؤمنينْ
لقاءَ ربِّهمْ
تهفو إليه كل حين
أشواقُ قلبهمْ

2 نرفع صوتاً بالخشوعْ
إليك في الصلاه
تعال وامسحِ الدموعْ
يا مصدرَ النجاه

3 ها أنت معنا دائماً
بالروح يا منّانْ
تُصغي إلينا كلما
ندعوك بالإيمانْ

4 يا حبَّذا يومٌ بهِ
يبدو مُحَيّاكا
يُبهجُنا بقربهِ
جمالُ مرآكا

5 يا مشتهي كل الأممْ
وكوكبَ الدنيا
أشرِقْ بمجدك الأتمْ
من السما العليا

6 هلم واظهر يا يسوعْ
بفائق السلطانْ
واملك على كل الجموعْ
بالبر والإحسانْ

Source: كتاب الترانيم الروحية للكنائس الإنجيلية #91

Author: سليمان ضومط

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Text Information

First Line: طال انتظار المؤمنين
Author: سليمان ضومط
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1913
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.



Henry Lahee (b. Chelsea, London, England, 1826; d. Croydon, London, 1912) composed NATIVITY, which was first published in 1855 and set to a nativity hymn (thus the tune's title), "High let us swell our tuneful notes," by Philip Doddridge (PsH 335). Because NATIVITY was published with Isaac Watts' (P…

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كتاب الترانيم الروحية للكنائس الإنجيلية #91

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مزامير وتسابيح وأغاني روحية #90

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