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طوبى لمن تؤدبه

طوبى لمن تؤدبه

Tune: MALVERN (Mason)
Published in 1 hymnal

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1 طوبى لمن تؤدبهْ
رب بحقك الكريمْ
وللذي تهذبهْ
بشرعك السامي القويمْ

2 لكي تكونَ راحةً
له بأيام الشرورْ
يوم تُعَدُّ حفرةٌ
لكل فاعلي الفجورْ

3 لا يرفض الرب الإلهْ
ميراثَهْ وشعبَهُ
يُجري بعدله قَضاهْ
ينصر من أحبهُ

4 من الذي يقوم لي
على شرور الظالمينْ
مَن لي سوى الربِّ العلي
ضد فِعال المجرمينْ

5 لولا مُعيني سيدي
كانت أبادتني عِداي
رحمةُ ربي سندي
فلن تزِلَّ قدماي

6 إن زاد همي داخلي
واشتد حُزني والأنينْ
بتعزياتِ الرب لي
تلتذُّ نفسي كل حينْ

7 مُعوِّجُ القضا أثيمْ
يخترعُ الشر العظيمْ
يُفسد شرعَك الكريمْ
فهل بذا يرضى العليمْ

8 على الزكيِّ يحكمونْ
ويطلقون المُفتَري
للشر هم يزدحمونْ
ليسفكوا دم البري

9 الرب لي حصنٌ حصينْ
وهو إلهي صخرتي
يرد شرَّ الظالمينْ
عني بفيض نعمةِ

Source: نظم المرامير #179

Text Information

First Line: طوبى لمن تؤدبه
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.


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نظم المرامير #179

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