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David Wilcox – Beyond Belief lyrics

Jesus called me hypocrite
When I said that I believe
He said, how can you follow love
Without a willingness to leave

Leave the gates and the passwords known by just your kind
Walk beyond the divisions of the symbols and the signs
And be the mercy my people need the peace
This fight over faith won't bring them relief
I love them beyond belief

Jesus called me a hypocrite
When I said, "I'd spread the word"
He said, "How can you teach of love
Unless you live what you have heard? "

Hear the hearts of the people, crying out in pain
Pain caused by dominion, and fighting in my name
So, be the mercy, my people need the peace
This fight over faith won't bring them relief
I love them beyond belief

Jesus called me a hypocrite
When I said that, "I was saved"
He said, "How will your soul be judged
With all the judgments you have made? "

Faith can't be a fortress, arrogant with pride
Come walk here beside me with the humble ones outside
And be the mercy, all people need the peace
This fight over faith won't bring them relief
I love you beyond belief

Jesus called me to be the mercy



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/d/david_wilcox/beyond_belief.html

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