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Where Could I Go but to the Lord – Amish Hymns

Where Could I Go but to the Lord – Amish Hymns – Lancaster Pennsylvania Watch Full video here:

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Where Could I Go but to the Lord – Amish Hymns – Lancaster Pennsylvania

Where Could I Go but to the Lord – Amish Hymns – Lancaster Pennsylvania Watch Full video here: https://youtu.be/dfZk06ac3ngThe Amish men and women usually si…

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The Amish men and women usually sit in separate sections for church itself. Hymns are sung from the Ausbund, a special hymnal used by the Pennsylvania Amish. There are usually three to seven preachers and bishops at a service.In most other Mennonite congregations, singing is in four-part harmony, sometimes accompanied by the organ or piano. Such singing is usually conducted by a songleader, a long tradition in many Mennonite congregations. The (Old) Mennonites, General Conference, and Mennonite Brethren publish their own hymnals. Amish Music – Lancaster Pennsylvania – Amish HymnJ.B. Coats was the author of the original song, 

“Where Could I Go but to the Lord.”Lyrics as best I can tell: 0:00Lord, Here I stand before Your Holy Throne,Facing a future all unknown,Young and untried yet trusting You to guideshow me the way You’d have me go.0:25 (refrain:)Where shall I go and what shall I do?Seeking a purpose for my lifeLonging to serve Thy Kingdom to preserveHelp me to say: Lord Here am I!0:54Life lies before me beckoning beyondMy heart is filled with youthful zest.Channel my zeal Thy purpose to fulfill,Just use me Lord as You see best.1:22 (refrain:)

1:51Well may I face some disappointment here,Woes scattered round my feet may lie.Sorrow and care my heart may someday shareStill may I say “Lord here am I!”2:19 (refrain:)2:48Though it may seem my life is all in vain,Though light my labors may not see,All is worthwhile if I may see Your Smile,Gladly Your servant

 I will be!3:16 (refrain:)Where shall I go and what shall I do?Seeking a purpose for my lifeLonging to serve Thy Kingdom to preserveHelp me to say: Lord Here am I! (line repeated at very end)Watch Full video here:https://youtu.be/dfZk06ac3ng

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