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يا متعبا تعال إليه تسترح

يا متعبا تعال إليه تسترح

Transaltor: سليم عبد الأحد; Author: William C. Dix
Published in 3 hymnals

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1 يا مُتعَباً، إليه
تعال واسترِحْ
صوتُ يسوعَ يدعو
فحِملَك اطَّرِحْ
صوتُ السلامِ الهادي
والصفحِ والنِّعمهْ
إيّاك يدعو دوماً
من عالمِ الظُّلمهْ

2 يا تائهاً، إليه
يَهديكَ في سلامْ
صوت يسوعَ يدعو
كلَّ بني الأنامْ
إذا الدُّجى تمادى
حولَكَ بالحَزَنْ
فها سنا يسوعٍ
يبدِّدُ الشَجَنْ

3 يا مائتاً، إليه
تعالَ كي تحيا
صوت يسوعَ يدعو
للراحةِ العُليا
إن الوغى شديدٌ
والخَصمُ مُقتدِرْ
فاحمِلْ إذا سلاحَ ال
مسيحِ وانتصِرْ

4 تعال وانعم بالهنا
في حضن ربكا
صوت يسوعَ يدعو
مُرَحِّباً بِكا
يدعو ذوي الخطايا
إذ حبُّه عظيمْ
كي يُقبِلوا إليهِ
ويرِثوا النُّعيمْ

Source: كتاب الترانيم الروحية للكنائس الإنجيلية #260

Transaltor: سليم عبد الأحد

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Author: William C. Dix

Dix, William Chatterton, son of John Dix, surgeon, of Bristol, author of the Life of Chatterton; Local Legends, &c, born at Bristol, June 14, 1837, and educated at the Grammar School of that city. Mr. Chatterton Dix's contributions to modern hymnody are numerous and of value. His fine Epiphany hymn, "As with gladness men of old,” and his plaintive ”Come unto Me, ye weary," are examples of his compositions, many of which rank high amongst modern hymns. In his Hymns of Love and Joy, 1861, Altar Songs, Verses on the Holy Eucharist, 1867; Vision of All Saints, &c, 1871; and Seekers of a City, 1878, some of his compositions were first published. The greater part, however, were contributed to Hymns Ancient & Modern; St. Raphaels Hymnbook, 186… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: يا متعبا تعال إليه تسترح
English Title: Come Unto Me, Ye Weary
Transaltor: سليم عبد الأحد
Author: William C. Dix
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1913
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.


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