GOING HOME

OOH WHO O WHO 
OOH WHO O WHO O 

SOMETIMES THE REASON FOR LIVING 
WALKS THROUGH THE DOOR WITH A MEMORY 
LOOK FOR THAT NEW BEGINNING 
THERE IN FRONT OF YOU SO EASY TO REACH 

I REMEMBER WALKS IN BELLVUE PARK 
THE BIG PARADE THAT MADE THE DAY FOR ALL THE YOUNG AT HEART 
I REMEMBER AUTUMN AT THE FAIR 
CRISMON LEAVES SWEPT BY THE BREEZE THEY DANCED ALL THROUGH THE AIR 

BRIDGE
GOING HOME, NORTHERN SHORES 
YOU CALL AND INVITE ME, YOUR JUST WHAT MY HEART NEEDS 
GOING HOME THE FEELING SO STRONG 
I SHOULDN’T HAVE GONE NOW, IT’S BEEN FAR TOO LONG NOW 


CHRISTMAS PICTURES, SNOWTOP EVERGREENS 
ALGOMA LIGHTS ON WINTER NIGHTS LIKE DIAMONDS HOW THEY GLEAM 
NATURE ANSWERS THE WELCOME CALL OF SPRING 
SHIPS ARE SAILING THROUGH THE LOCKS THE WAVES BEGIN TO SING 

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Julia had moved from Sault Ste. Marie to Windsor to find a better life and only found emptiness. She resolved to come home and try once again to find love, meaning and purpose. God was gracious to the both of us, for we met for the first time at the airport, got married within six months and later found the Lord, which is really the spiritual message of this song. The memory that brought Julia home were those early family years where love abounded. God has given us, the family unit, to be a loving retreat from the world, and where its parents teach their children God’s ways Dt 6:6,7,8. Most of us, at some point, rebel and become prodigals, but God is gracious and merciful and when we come to our senses Lk 15:17, He instills in us a hope of a new beginning. Julia found hers and you can find yours. Turn to God and He will remind you of all the good things that He has provided for you in the past, and the many blessings that He wants to bestow on you in the future. So, as Julia sings “Going home, the feelings so strong,” experience for yourself that new beginning that will never end Ps 23:6.