Good and blessed Morning,
I pray that God has blessed and kept you and your loved ones well.
Mr. Coats was sitting beside a dying neighbor, an old African-American man, Joe Keyes. Mr. Coats asked Mr. Keyes if he knew where he would spend eternity. The old gentleman said, “Where could I go but to the Lord?” Fast forward to years later, and Mr. Coats, while teaching at a singing school, Mr. Coats wrote the song. The question reminds us that whether we are riddled with problems, facing a beautiful day, or making our final journey home, there is no where else to turn except to the Lord.
Living below in this old sinful world Hardly a comfort can afford
Striving alone to face temptation so Now won’t you tell me
Where could I go but to the Lord Where could I go oh where could I go
Seeking the refuge for my soul Needing a friend to save me in the end
Won’t you tell me Where could I go but to the Lord
Please find a link to our 24th Sunday of after Pentecost. I look forward to seeing some of us and for those that will not be able to join us in person, you are welcome to join our Live streamed service on our website starting at 9:15am with Prelude and service at 9:30am follow this link: A copy of our bulletin is also attached here.
Fr. Samuel K. Ndungu