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He Rose With Power – Arabic Song (Aam Web Kowah)

by on Apr.25, 2011, under Coptic, Religion, Video

Download CTV – Aam Web Qowah [audio:http://davidbebawy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/CTV-Aam-Web-Qowah.mp3|titles=CTV – Aam Web Qowah]

Christ is Risen!

Truly, He is Risen!

I wanted to share with you this nice song about the change and impact of our Lord’s Resurrection.  It is Arabic but I have translated it for all to benefit.

My Lord Jesus, from the darkness of His tomb,
Rose and His resurrection was powerful,
After the pain of His crucifixion and His tomb,
He brought joy to mankind through His resurrection.

He Rose with Power, and with this He, (2)
Brought joy to mankind through His resurrection. (2)

Every sorrowful soul about His death,
after His resurrection became joyful,
Mariam and the disciples from His voice,
Heard His words and saw him with their eyes.

He Rose with Power, and with this He drew, (2)
A smile on any frowning face. (2)

The darkness of the tomb did not hinder Him,
Or the binding of His clothes,
Or the soldiers guarding Him,
Or the door of the tomb and it’s seal.

He Rose with Power, and over Him, (2)
Never did death have any power. (2)

Even my church after its weeping,
And the black covers it for a week.
Returns again and tells me the story,
After that Jesus rose from the tomb.

He Rose with Power, and He wiped, (2)
From my check every tear. (2)

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Opened My Eyes, My Beloved Jesus

by on Apr.10, 2011, under Audio, Coptic, Coptic Hymn, News, Personal News, Song

Being that yesterday was the appropriate Sunday, I wanted to share this with all of you.  This is a hymn for the Man Born Blind.  It is typically recited during communion of the sixth week of the Great Lent.  The attached audio is a recording of the hymn in Arabic.

David Bebawy & John Bibawy – Nawar Eneya

[audio:http://davidbebawy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/David-Bebawy-John-Bibawy-Nawar-Eneya.mp3|titles=David Bebawy & John Bibawy – Nawar Eneya]

I am the blind without a companion
I don’t have a friend or a pal
Sitting to beg in the street
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

Refrain:
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

It was announced to me about the news
Jesus is coming among the multitudes
i cried have mercy on me Jesus
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

One of the disciples rebuked me
For my cries he criticized me
But Jesus came and asked me
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

I don’t care about the criticizers
Jesus is faithful and his promises are true
He spat on the floor and made clay
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

And the Lord of peace said to me
Go, my son, speedily
And wash in the Silwam Lake
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

And I turned intently
With haste and eagerly
And washed my eyes from the clay
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

Jesus healed me the blind
My heart from joy is overflowing
I was blind and now I see
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

I returned to Jesus with great joy
And I worshipped Him with humility
Confessing that He is the Savior
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

At all times I will witness
To the Redeemer of sins I will inform
I was blind and now I see
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

If you come to Him O sinner
He’ll help you, trust me, Jesus loves you
And He’ll open the eyes of your heart
Opened my eyes, my beloved Jesus

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Lenten Hymns – Meghalo & Apenchois

by on Apr.04, 2011, under Audio, Church News, Coptic, Coptic Hymn, Coptic News, News, Personal News, Religion, Song

Boules Malak – The Rites & Hymns of The Great Lent – 03 – Meghalo & Apenchois
[audio:http://davidbebawy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/03-Meghalo-Apenchois.mp3|titles=Boules Malak – 03 – Meghalo & Apenchois]

Meghalo

The ever-greatest pure highpriest forever is the Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, Who was crucified for us, have mercy upon us.

Apenchois

Our Lord Jesus Christ, fasted for us, forty days and forty nights, to save us from our sins.

And we too let us fast, with purity and righteousness, and let us also pray, proclaiming and saying.

“I have sinned I have sinned, my Lord Jesus forgive me, for there is no servant without sin, nor a master without forgiveness.”

Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Your name, may Your kingdom come, for Yours is the glory forever.

The incense is Mary, the incense is in her womb, which she will borne, to forgive us our sins.

Let us praise with the angels, proclaiming and saying, “Worthy worthy, worthy O Mary the Virgin.”

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