I would commune with Thee, my God

I would commune with Thee, my God;
  E'en to Thy seat I come;
I leave my joys, I leave my sins,
  And seek in Thee my home.
I stand upon the mount of God,
  With sunlight in my soul;
I see the storms in vales beneath,
  I hear the thunder's roll.
But I am calm with Thee, my God,
  Beneath these glorious skies;
And to the height on which I stand
  Nor storms nor clouds can rise.
Oh, this is life! oh, this is joy,
  My God, to find Thee so;
Thy face to see, Thy voice to hear,
  And all Thy love to know.
(Repeat the last line of each stanza)