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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Is this something you think others can relate to? Does it hold your interest? Do you think there's something that would make this poem better?
I wish for a moment I could see myself through Your eyes.
Would I see all the flaws I do now?
Or would I be surprised?
I try to live my life the way I should,
But sometimes I feel anything but good.
I wonder what You think of me when I fall short.
In my times of weakness what do You see?
I wonder: what could it be?
How is it that You have such love for me?
Even when my soul runs dry, Youíre there,
Helping me and showing me how much You truly care.
I wish for a moment I could see myself through Your eyes,
I wonder what it is Iíd find?
What is it that You see in me?
I am so simple, so I have to wonder, what could it be?
I seem to keep making the same mistakes.
I donít always have enough trust or faith.
I donít always do the things I should
And sometimes I just donít see anything good
About the person in the mirror looking back at me.
So I wonder, Lord, what do You see?
I wish I could see what it is that You see in me.
There must be more to me than I know,
What do You see when You look into my soul?
I pray You see Yourself when You look down deep
Because Youíre the best part of me.
Yes Jesus, Youíre the very best part of me!
I think I finally understand. Now I can see!
Iím not perfect but Youíre living in me
And YOU must be what You see in me!
I canít be perfect here on this earth, but Jesus, I have Your love
And thatís more than enough!
Iím so grateful for what You see in me!
Jesus, I thank you that You are what You see in me.
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