يوما تعالى في الفضا هتاف

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1 - يوماً تعالى في الفضا هُتافٌ
رُغمَ اشتدادِ الشرِّ والبُهتانْ
فابن الإلهِ وُلِدَ مِن عذرا
وعاشَ بين الناسِ كالإنسانْ

القرار
عاشَ لحبي، ماتَ لذنبي
في القبرِ إثمي بعيداً رماهْ
قام مبرِّرا نفسي فعشتُ
يأتي قريباً مجيداً أراهْ

2 - يوماً على الجلجثة الرهيبة
فوق الصليبِ سمَّروا الحبيبْ
فاحتملَ الآلامَ ثم مات
لفِديتي فحبُّه عجيبْ

3 - يوماً تدحرَجَ غَطاءُ القبرِ
وسيدي قد قامَ بانتصارْ
واخضعَ الموتَ وكلَّ شرِّ
وصعِدَ للمجدِ باقتدارْ

4 - يوماً سيدوي صوتُ بوقِ نصرٍ
ويملأُ الأرجاءَ والأبعادْ
إذ يظهرُ الربُّ على السحابٍ
ويأخذُ الأبرارَ للأمجادْ


Source: ترانيم الإيمان #255

Transaltor: Fawwaz Omeish فواز عميش

فواز عميش Go to person page >

Author: J. Wilbur Chapman

John Wilbur Chapman (June 17, 1859, Richmond, Indiana – December 25, 1918, New York, New York) was a Presbyterian evangelist in the late 19th Century, generally traveling with gospel singer Charles Alexander. His parents were Alexander H. and Lorinda (McWhinney) Chapman. Chapman grew up attending Quaker Day School and Methodist Sunday School. At age 17, he made a public declaration of his Christian faith and joined the Richmond Presbyterian Church. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Lake Forest College and his seminary degree from Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio. He completed his ordination into the ministry 13 April 1881, while still attending Lane. He was later awarded a Doctorate in Divinity from the College… Go to person page >

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First Line: يوما تعالى في الفضا هتاف
English Title: One Day (One day when Heaven was filled with His praises)
Transaltor: Fawwaz Omeish فواز عميش
Author: J. Wilbur Chapman
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: عاش لحبي مات لذنبي

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