‘From an Arabic Language Hymnal Translated Hymns from the Levant’ written by S.K. Haddad
The author has translated various themes of hymns from the Arabic Language into English all giving glory to God. These hymns are used in Evangelical churches in Syria, Lebanon and Palestine.
The hymns are of various themes and give the glory to God. They were translated with similar meters to that found in the Arabic language. The is filled with many God inspired poems to being encouragement and sense of upliftment of the spirit.
S.K. Haddad was born in Palestine to Christian parents. He studied medicine at universities in London and Cambridge and practised Neurosurgery until he retired.
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What is An Arabic language hymnal?
An Arabic language hymnal is a collection of religious songs and hymns translated into Arabic, designed for worship and devotion within Arabic-speaking Christian communities. These hymnals typically contain a selection of hymns that cover various themes such as praise, worship, prayer, and theological reflections, all presented in the Arabic language. The hymnal serves as a valuable resource for churches, congregations, and individuals seeking to engage in worship and reflection in their native language, fostering a deeper spiritual connection and understanding. Whether used in church services, prayer meetings, or personal devotional time, an Arabic language hymnal holds a significant place in the worship practices of Arabic-speaking Christian communities around the world.