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I don't understand how a God so divine
Could lower Himself to a life such as mine
And consider me worth every minute of time
To rescue a sinner like me

When I think of my savior alone on the cross
I know without him
That my life would be lost
If he had not been willing to suffer the cost
To rescue a sinner like me

To rescue a sinner like me, Lord
To rescue a sinner like me
He abandoned his throne and his kingdom above
To rescue a sinner like me

My mind is so limited that I cannot see
The reason he died and arose just for me
So unworthy was I, yet he gave willingly
To rescue a sinner like me

To rescue a sinner as worthless as I
Yet he gave me a reason to sing
It's so hard to believe but it happened to me
Hallelujah to Jesus my king
My king



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  • twighlighttime
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    twighlighttimeMay 10, 2010 at 1:07 pm
    When you think about it, Jesus is not god, but rather was in gods form, meaning that he was a spirit creature like god. So, that would really mean that god loves us that much more. It's one thing for you yourself to die, but it's another to give up your only son to death and bear that pain. If anyone lost their child in death, then you have a fraction of appreciction of what god went through. God and Jesus lived together for milleniums to gether, not just a month to 20 years.

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