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Sunday, August 15, 2010

"Come As You Are" ~ Pocket Full of Rocks



He’s not mad at you
He’s not disappointed
His grace is greater still,
than all of your wrong choices
He is full of mercy and he is ever kind
Hear his invitation, His arms are open wide

You can come as you are,
with all your broken pieces
And all your shameful scars
The pain you hold in your heart,
bring it all to Jesus
You can come as you are

Louder than the voice that whispers your unworthy
Hear the sound of love,
that tells a different story
Shattering your darkness and pushing through the lies
How tenderly he calls you,
His arms are open wide

You can come as you are,
with all your broken pieces
And all your shameful scars
The pain you hold in your heart,
bring it all to Jesus
You can come as you are

You can come as you are

You can come as you are with all your broken pieces
And all your shameful scars
The pain you hold in your heart,
bring it all to Jesus
You can come as you are

7 comments:

Lance said...

Wonderful words to let soak into my soul...

Much peace,
Lance

Shen said...

I love that song. Thanks for sharing it today. I listened to it twice.
Just what I needed
especially "all your broken pieces, all your shameful scars"

Shen said...

I just keep coming back to this again and again. I wish it could really sink in... I'm okay as I am... I wish I could really know it.

Angela said...

What a beautiful song. The lyrics are so powerful, and just what I needed to hear. Wishing you a great week:)

Clueless said...

Lance, I'm really happy that it touched your soul as it did mine.

Shen, For me the words really reach a tender place in our hearts that need healing. You are more than okay, you are beautiful.

Angela, I'm so glad that it touched your heart.

J said...

I love how this band is called pocket full of rocks. back in the day when we used to sell drugs, we would use that expression to state that we had a pocket full of crack rocks. I hope i didn't ruin it for you! lol. thanks for always leaving me comments, CC!

Clueless said...

J,

I love the background information regarding the band's name. It is quite enlightening. You are welcome for the comments. I appreciate your posts.

take care,
CC

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