From In Memoriam (summitstationband.com). Original lyrics by Alfred Lord Tennyson, music and arrangement by Daniel Snoke.
I've been thinking about the great Mark Heard song this week. If anything, recent political events remind me that we are indeed orphans of God.
Do you ever cry for a broken world?
Does your heart ever ache through a sleepless night?
Do you ever mourn with those who thirst,
Or hunger for the Kingdom of God?
They are strangers now to the way we live,
‘Cause we hated them like we hated Him.
They have never known what could have been,
But still they wait with a patient hymn.
Let my heart again, in a little while,
Find the rest that abides with the justified.
Give me mournful songs of the sanctified;
Let me hear your voice with the glorified.
I have not been worthy of
The orphaned children sons of God.
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