311 O God I Wish to Always Keep You Company

I

Whenever thinking of the past, I feel quite nostalgic.

You lived with us at that time;

it was so joyful, happy, and sweet, joyful, happy, and sweet.

O God, dear practical God!

Although those days have gone by,

Your image remains in my heart for me to often recall.

II

How can I forget Your grace?

You showed me the path of life,

You showed me the path of life, so I broke away from the abyss of misery.

O God, dear practical God!

You’ve suffered so much for my salvation.

How can I still disobey and grieve You, getting You into suffering and tears?

III

How hard is Your work!

You’ve tasted the bitterness of the world.

How hard is Your work!

You’ve tasted the bitterness of the world.

O God, dear practical God!

Your heart is waiting eagerly.

How should I care for, care for and satisfy Your desire?

IV

Now my heart further cleaves to You.

I’ve borne Your exhortations in mind.

Now my heart further cleaves to You.

I’ve borne Your exhortations in mind.

O God, dear practical God!

I wish to care for Your desire.

I’ll devote my love to You and always keep You company, always keep You company.

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