Sacred Heart Church--TIME CHANGE, 2646 S. 34th Street, Kansas City, KS
Sponsored by the Prayer Group at Our Lady of Unity, this program will feature a lot of my material in Spanish. Patrocinado por el grupo de oración, este programa tendrá mucho en español.
Dooley Center Chapel, Atchison, KS
This is a concert primarily for the residents of the Dooley Center. Thanks to Sr. Ann Diettrich for getting this arranged.
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“Get Ready Music and Lyrics © 2012 Kenneth L. O'Connor CHORUS: Get Ready! People get ready now The Lord is coming soon. Get Ready! People get ready now Watch and wait for the Lord. Watch and wait for the Lord. VERSE 1: Nobody knows the hour Nobody knows the day Nobody knows when the Lord is coming back so get ready and prepare ye the way. VERSE 2: Everyone know the truth yeah let everyone know the way let everyone know that the life here on earth will be ending on the Lord’s great day BRIDGE There will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and the stars And fear will roll across the land But you, stand erect, raise your heads, and rejoice your redemption is at hand. ” - Fr. Kent O'Connor
— Get Ready
“ Generations Music and Lyrics © 2011 Kenneth L. O’Connor Based on Matthew 1:1-17 VERSE 1 Abraham became the father of Isaac and Isaac the father of Jacob Jacob became the father of Judah and Judah the father Perez (and Zerah) Perez became the father of Hezron and Hezron the father of Ram Ram became the father of Amminadab and Amminadab the father the Nahshon Nahshon to Salmon, and Salmon to Boaz, Boaz to Obed and Obed to Jesse and Jesse was the father of David. yep, that’s David the King That’s fourteen generations to get to David the King CHORUS: Generations of salvation an ancestral crooked line Through the ages and the pages there’s a promise that all will be fine VERSE 2: David became the father of Solomon, (you might have heard his name) But how ‘bout his son who’s known as Rehoboam, or his grandson, Abijah? who became the father of Asaph, and Asaph the father of Jehoshaphat who begat Joram who’s the father of Uzziah and Uzziah the father of Jotham Jotham to Ahaz, and Ahaz-Hezekiah, Manasseh to Amos, and Amos to Josiah to Jechoniah and his brothers there in Babylon fourteen generations and they’re in Babylon CHORUS: Generations of salvation an ancestral crooked line Through the ages and the pages there’s a promise that all will be fine BRIDGE: Let us take a moment here to remember those women by name Tamar the wife of Judah and Rahab to Salmon the same All of these men had a mother like Bathsheba whose name is not said And Obed’s mother, Ruth, and one more yet straight ahead... VERSE 3 Jeconiah was the father Shealtiel and Shealiel had Zerubbabel Zerubbabel was the father of Abiud, and Abiud had Eliakim Eliakim the father of Azor and Azor the father of ZADOK!!! ZADOK became the father of Achim, and Achim the father of Eliud Eliud to Eleazer, and he to Matthan, Matthan to Jacob, and Jacob to Joseph and Joseph was the husband of Mary the mother of the Lord that’s fourteen generations to get to Jesus the Lord CHORUS: Generations of salvation an ancestral crooked line Through the ages and the pages there’s a promise that all will be fine” - Fr. Kent O'Connor
“Benedictus Music and Lyrics ©2008 Kenneth L. O’Connor CHORUS: Blessed be the Lord the God of Israel He has come to his people and set them free He has raised up for us a mighty Savior born of the house of David Verse 1 Through his holy prophets he promised of old That he would save us from our enemies from the hands of all who hate us. He promised to show mercy and to remember his holy covenant Verse 2 This was the oath he swore to Abraham to free us from our enemies free to worship him without fear to be holy and righteous in his his sight all the days of our life Bridge You shall be called the prophet of God for you will go before the Lord to prepare his way to give his people knowledge of salvation by forgiveness of their sins Verse 3 In the tender compassion of our God the dawn from on high shall break upon us to shine on those who dwell in darkness to guide our feet into the way of peace.” - Fr. Kent O'Connor