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يليق كل سبح

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1 يليق كل سبحٍ
لاسمك يا عظيمْ
لك النذور تُوفَى
في بيتك الكريمْ

2 يا مصغياً لصوتي
وسامعَ الصلاهْ
تجيءُ كل نفسٍ
إليك يا اللهْ

3 قد قويت ذنوبٌ
عليّ تكثرُ
وكل إثمٍ فينا
عنه تُكفِّرُ

4 طوبى لكل نفسٍ
يختارها الرحيمْ
مُقَرِّباً إياها
لبيته الكريمْ

5 تُشبعنا خيراتٍ
يا ربَّنا القديرْ
ودسماً تعطينا
من جودك الكثيرْ

Source: نظم المرامير #117

Text Information

First Line: يليق كل سبح
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.


ST. HILDA (Knecht)

The original form of ST. EDITH (also known as ST. HILDA) was composed in 1793 by Justin Heinrich Knecht for the text “Der neidern Menschhiet Hülle.” It was published in Vollstandige Sammlung … Choralmelodien (1799), edited by Johann Friedrich Christmann and Knecht, who composed ninety-seven o…

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نظم المرامير #117

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