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You see yourself in the mirror of the temporary,
And you think that your worth is something to be achieved.
When your value really is a question of identity,
Has it ever crossed your mind: who you are to Me?

You're the precious child that I created.
Who you are to Me.
Bought with a price; you're My beloved.
Who you are to Me.
Open your eyes and I'll show you how to see what I see.
If you would just believe that you are who you are to Me.

Defusing the bomb instilled within the minds of children,
You're the life inside a body that refuses to believe.
A revelation of My love is waiting just to be received.
Won't you let Me show you who you are to Me?

You're the precious child that I created.
Who you are to Me.
Bought with a price; you're My beloved.
Who you are to Me.
Open your eyes and I'll show you how to see what I see.
If you would just believe that you are who you are to Me.

And I love you so much that I crossed the Great Divide,
And I love you so much that I sent My only Son to die.
And there's no one who could ever take your place in My heart.
I want you to know that I love you right where you are.

You're the precious child that I created.
Who you are to Me.
Bought with a price; you're My beloved.
Who you are to Me.
Open your eyes and I'll show you how to see what I see.
If you would just believe that you are who you are to Me.

Who you are to Me.

Who you are to Me.



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