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يا مليك العالمين

Representative Text

1 - يا مليكَ العالمينْ
يا رئيسَ المؤمنينْ
سُدْ بقلبي كلَّ حينْ
بهُدَى الروحِ الأمينْ
واملِكَنّي يا معينْ
يا مليك العالمينْ

2 - أنت سلطانُ الدهورْ
أنت قَهّارُ الشرورْ
قوِّني كيلا أخورْ
أنت لي حصنٌ وسورْ
من مكايِدِ الغرورْ
أنت سلطانُ الدهورْ

3 - أنت سيدي السميعْ
من ذُرى العرشِ الرفيعْ
أعطني قلباً يُطيعْ
يا مخلصَ الجميعْ
وأعِنّي يا شفيعْ
أنت سيدي السميعْ

Source: ترانيم الإيمان #320

Author: جورج فورد

George Edward Ford, son of an American Missionary, was born in Aleppo, Syria, and lived in Sidon. There he founded the National Evangelical Institute for Girls & boys, along with Rev. William King Eddy, on the 1st Dec. 1881 He died in 1928. جورج فورد دكتور. ولد بحلب في العام 1851، ونشأ بسورية، وسكن صيداء وأسس فيها مدرسة الفنون والصنائع. توفي بعين حلوة 1928 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: يا مليك العالمين
Author: جورج فورد
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1913
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.



[Holy Spirit, faithful Guide] (Wells)

Converted to Christianity as a youth at a mission in Buffalo, New York, Marcus Morris Wells (b. Cooperstown, NY, 1815; d. Hartwick, NY, 1895) spent most of his life near Hartwick as a farmer and maker of farm implements. He is remembered in hymnody for writing both the text and tune of "Holy Spirit,…

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ترانيم الإيمان #320

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ترانيم مسيحية #242

تسابيح الرجاء #195

تسابيح المحبة #469

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نظم المرامير #408

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