If You Could See What I See

One of the greatest things about love is how it empowers us,by God’s grace, to look at another person and see beyond their physical limitations and into their heart. 

That’s probably why I love the song, “If You Could See What I See ” so much.  My husband chose it for our wedding, and has been ever since our special song.   If you have never heard this song, by Geoff Moore and The Distance, I encourage you to listen to the song and read the lyrics.  I’ve listed them below.

all of my life
i have dreamed
that someday your love would find me
and i can’t believe you’re standing here

If beauty is

all in the eye
of the beholder then i
wish you could see
the love for you that lives in me

And you would know you have my heart
If you could see,
that a treasure’s what you are
if you could see,
Created to be
the only one for me
If you could see

I know there are days
when you feel
so much less than ideal
wondering what i see in you

It’s all of the light
and the grace
your belief in me drives me to say
that i promise you
a faithful love, forever true

if you could see…
then you’d understand
why i fall down to my knees
and i pray my love
will be worthy of
the One who gave His life
so that our love could be

if you could see
what i see(x2)

Created to be
The only one for me
If you could see
What i see

if beauty is all
in the eye
of the beholder then i
am beholding…
true beauty


Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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