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طوبى لمن يخشى

طوبى لمن يخشى

Tune: LEBANON (Zundel)
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 طوبى لمن يخشى
ربَّ السماء البارْ
ومن يكون سالكاً
في الحق باستمرارْ
تأكلُ بالهَنا
مِن كدِّ أيديكا
تشبعُ منه دائماً
والخير يأتيكا

2 زوجتك الفُضلى
ككرمةٍ تثمرْ
تملأ بيتك رضىً
وهو بها يُزهرْ
بنوك بالبها
والعز يظهرونْ
على موائدِ الهَنا
حولك يجلسونْ

3 كمِثل أغراسٍ
لشجر الزيتونْ
ممتلئين قوةً
بالخير يُثمرونْ
وهكذا يُعطى
لكل مستقيمْ
لك يُبارك العلي
من قدسه الكريمْ

4 تُبصر مجدهُ
على مدى الحياهْ
مجدَ كنيسة الفِدا
مع خير أتقياهْ
تعيشُ بالهنا
ترى بني البنينْ
إن سلام ربنا
على التقي الأمينْ


Source: نظم المرامير #267

Text Information

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

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