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Soon!

Representative Text

1. To You, O Lord, we lift our voice;
We call from this world of pain.
You left us with Your blessing, Lord,
And promised to come again.
You promised to come again.

2. The years have fled, the ages flown
And still we wait and pray.
Your promise, Lord, our only hope,
Your blessing our only stay.
Your blessing our only stay.

3. Your children, Lord, we still remain,
And long to be with You.
Reward Your children’s patience, Lord:
Come back for Your people soon!
Come back for Your people soon!

Author: Ormand Jones

Born: December 9, 1952, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada. Jones received a Bachelor of Music degree from Southern Missionary College in 1977. --www.hymntime.com/tch Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: To You, O Lord, we lift our voice
Title: Soon!
Author: Ormand Jones (2001)
Language: English
Copyright: Copyright © 2001, Ormand Jones. All rights reserved.

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The Cyber Hymnal #6227

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