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يا أيها الآب السميع

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1 يا أيها الآب السميعْ
اقبَل بنيك المؤمنينْ
أمام عرشك الرفيعْ
نجثو جميعاً ساجدينْ

2 يا أيها الفادي الوحيدْ
امنح خلاصك الثمينْ
واجعل بنا الحب الشديدْ
ينمو على مر السنينْ

3 يا روح ربنا القديرْ
طهر لنا هذا القلوبْ
لسنا سواك نستجيرْ
من الخطايا والعيوبْ

4 للآب والابن الحبيبْ
والروح طُرّاً نسجدُ
الوحدُ الحي المجيبْ
إياهُ حباً نعبدُ

5 يا أيها القدوسَ مَن
رحمت جنسنا الأثيمْ
أنعِم علينا واقبلَنْ
تسبيحنا أيا كريمْ

Source: نظم المرامير #308

Text Information

First Line: يا أيها الآب السميع
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.



Derived from the fourth piano piece in Robert A. Schumann's Nachtstücke, Opus 23 (1839), CANONBURY first appeared as a hymn tune in J. Ireland Tucker's Hymnal with Tunes, Old and New (1872). The tune, whose title refers to a street and square in Islington, London, England, is often matched to Haver…

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نظم المرامير #308

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