Look At Me (You See Me God)

Look At Me (You See Me God)   –  Inspired by Acts 3: 1-10

 

I am a cripple, from birth I’ve been lame.

I beg you, heal me from my shame.

I dare not enter this temple so pure –

Just give me some alms so that I can endure.

 

But you saw me begging, at the Beautiful Gate.

No gold, no silver – All you had was a gaze.

A gaze of love, of mercy so fine.

You gave me grace, joy so divine.

 

I look at you. I’m filled with healing.

I look at you. I’m filled with grace.

I look at you – I see your beauty.

You take the time to look at my face.

 

You offer me your hand. I give you mine.

I rise up – standing; drawing strength from the vine.

Standing, leaping. No longer in pain.

No longer begging, no longer in shame.  

 

You see me God – all of my weakness.

You see me God – you offer me strength.

I see you God – in all of your glory.

I see you God – I hold your embrace.

You see me God – all of my longing.

You see me God – you look at my face.

 

I enter the temple I praise your name God!

God you’re the greatest! You filled me with love.

All it took was compassion, a moment of trust.

God how I love thee! You lift me up.

 

I look at you. I’m filled with healing.

I look at you. I’m filled with grace.

I look at you – I see your beauty.

You take the time to look at my face.

 

I look at you. I’m filled with healing.

I look at you. I’m filled with grace.

I look at you – I see your beauty.

You take the time to look at my face.

You take the time to look at my face.

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