يا ترى أي صديق

Representative Text

القرار
ألقي حملي على يسوع لأنه يهتم بي

1- يا تُرى أيُّ صديقٍ
مثلُ فادينا الحبيبْ
يحملُ الآثامَ عنا
وكذا الهمَّ المذيبْ
يا لإِنعامٍ تسامى
مِن لدُنْ ربِّ النجاهْ
إننا نلقي عليهِ
كلَّ حِملٍ بالصلاهْ

2- كم لقِينا من كروبٍ
واكتئاباتٍ الحياهْ
حيث لم نُلقِ عليهِ
كلَّ حملٍ بالصلاهْ
إنْ تجاريبٌ وضيقٌ
مثلَ أمواجِ المياهْ
لاطمتنا ورمتنا
فعلينا بالصلاهْ

3- هل صديقٌ كيسوع
قادرٌ بَرٌّ أمينْ
ورقيقُ القلبِ يرثي
لبلاءِ المؤمنينْ
فإذا كنا غُلِبنا
من جرى حملِ الهمومْ
فلْنُصَلى ليسوع
نجدِ النصرَ العظيمْ


Source: كتاب الترانيم الرحية لكنائس النعمة الرسولية (الطبعة السابعة) #389

Translator: اسعد الشدودي

Asaad Ibrahim alShdudi, 1826-1906 A Lebanese-born Mathematician, who studied and later worked at the American University of Beirut. أسعد إبراهيم الشدودي Go to person page >

Author: Joseph Scriven

Joseph M. Scriven (b. Seapatrick, County Down, Ireland, 1819; d. Bewdley, Rice Lake, ON, Canada, 1886), an Irish immigrant to Canada, wrote this text near Port Hope, Ontario, in 1855. Because his life was filled with grief and trials, Scriven often needed the solace of the Lord as described in his famous hymn. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, he enrolled in a military college to prepare for an army career. However, poor health forced him to give up that ambition. Soon after came a second blow—his fiancée died in a drowning accident on the eve of their wedding in 1844. Later that year he moved to Ontario, where he taught school in Woodstock and Brantford. His plans for marriage were dashed again when his new bride-to-be di… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: يا ترى أي صديق
English Title: What a Friend
Translator: اسعد الشدودي
Author: Joseph Scriven
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1885
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

Tune

CONVERSE

CONVERSE (also "Erie", named for the city in Pennsylvania where the composer lived for many years) was written in 1868 and published two years later in his Silver Wings under the pseudonym Karl Reden. The tune has also been called "Friendship." –Hymnal Companion to the Lutheran Book of Worship

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اصنع بنا نهضتك #265

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ترانيم الإيمان #382

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نظم المرامير #394

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