303 O God You Know I’m Missing You

I

I love You in heart, but feel unworthy.

Having no face to meet You, I’m so anxious, I’m so anxious.

I cannot but resolve inwardly to offer up my mind and body

and undergo, undergo all manner of hardships,

undergo all manner of hardships for You.

O God! You know I’m waiting, waiting for Your return.

Please don’t forget me. I can’t live without You!

II

Though unworthy to meet You, I won’t lose hope.

I’m full of faith, full of faith and loving You silently.

As long as it’s for You, I won’t hesitate.

With great faith, I’ll welcome Your return.

With great faith, I’ll welcome Your return.

O God! Please wait for me, wait for me to give You love.

I believe You’re loving me, and I can’t live without You!

III

Though I’m weak in flesh, miserable and sorrowful,

You can trust, can trust that I haven’t forgotten You.

I hate my flesh and loathe Satan.

How I wish to break away from unrighteousness!

How I wish to break away from unrighteousness!

Unable to satisfy Your desire, I’m unwilling to die.

Not until seeing, seeing Your smile will I feel slightly gratified.

IV

I have resolution and perseverance, and I’m not passive;

I’m loving You truly, I’m loving You truly.

However many are the sufferings, or great the hindrances,

I’ll try, try to satisfy You, try to satisfy You.

When I live out Your image, a new likeness of innocence and liveliness,

my holy spiritual body will belong to You, and I will never part with You,

my holy spiritual body will belong to You, and I will never part with You!

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