Georgia: Return, O God of love, return

from William Walker's "The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion"

Return, O God of love, return;
Earth is a tiresome place:
How long shall we, thy children, mourn
Our absence from thy face?

Let heav'n succeed our painful years,
Let sin and sorrow cease,
And in proportion to our tears
So make our joys increase.

Thy wonders to thy servants show,
Make thy own work complete;
Then shall our souls thy glory know,
And own thy love was great.

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Delight yourself in the LORD;
And He will give you the desires of your heart.
Psalm 37:4

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