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When Loves Sees You

Each one of us has a story.  It is unique just to you, to me.  No one is a like.  My story, your story, is what makes you you.           
What do you think Jesus sees when He looks at you?  What's the first thing that comes to mind?  Weakness? Sin?  Faults?  He doesn't want to look at me?

And yet, HE IS GOD!  He loves you and created you.  Do you trust Him enough to let Him look at you?  Do you trust enough to let Him show you what He really sees?  To let go of what you think He sees? 

Listen to this song and then take some time to be with Him.  He simply wants to be with you.  To love you.  To show you the beauty He sees in you.  Trust Him!

Here are a few lines:

When Love Sees You

Tell me your story
Show me your wounds
And I'll show you what Love sees
When Love looks at you

Hand me the pieces
Broken and bruised
And I'll show what Love sees
When Love looks at you

....now is the time to let Him show you...Love...True Love...Pure Love...His Love...for you...

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