Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Just Come In

Beautiful song here. Margaret Becker's song, "Just Come In," recorded by someone else simply with a guitar and her voice.

What do I see you draggin' up here
Is that for your atoning?
I know you're sorry
I've seen your tears
You don't have to show Me
What makes you think you must
Make that go away
I forgot
When I forgave
I wish you would

Just come in
Just leave that right there
Love does not care
Just come in
Lay your heart right here
You should never fear

You think you've crossed
Some sacred line
And now I will ignore you
If you look up
You will find
My heart is still toward you
Look at the sky
The east to the west
That's where I threw this
When you first confessed
Let it go now


I will forgive you
No matter what you've done
No matter how many times
You turn and run
I love you
I wish you'd come


Note... I know some of you would say that there are a couple of unnecessary lines in this song (having to do with confessing and being forgiven over and over again) - and I agree - but the overall message of the song is wonderful and it's a very soothing, comforting song about God's love, grace and acceptance.

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