“Go on, O Lord, and make an end of it, stir us up, and call us back; kindle us and pluck us to thee, be fragrant, and grow sweet unto us.” – AUGUSTINE
Here is an alternative translation:
Come, O Lord, and stir our hearts. Call us back to yourself. Kindle your fire in us and carry us away. Let us scent your fragrance and taste your sweetness. Let us love you and hasten to your side. – AUGUSTINE (354-430)
Augustinus (1912). St. Augustine’s confessions I. London: William Heinemann, p. 421.