God’s Not Afraid of Your Honesty

Digging into the past to unearth some strength for today. I may not be on the same path as I was then, but sometimes the same grace comes back into my life so that I don’t have to be ashamed of my essence. That grace comes from the same source of Love as it ever did…no matter what name we may give it.

Performed by: Margaret Becker

Lyrics:

Tonight by the glow of the firelight
You found the courage to speak your mind
And tear down the walls
You’ve been hiding behind

You spoke of your struggle
And you cried from the pain
You spoke of your failure
And then you turned in shame
You said, you knew you’d never be alright

God’s not afraid of your honesty
He can heal your heart if you speak honestly
Humble sorrow and the honest cry
He will not pass by, no

So many of us spend so much time
Smoothing things over, pretending we’re fine
As if life could ever be so cut and dried

But you my, friend
You’ve got that passionate heart
It’ll curse you sometimes
But it can take you far
When you let Him tame it
You will be just fine

Oh, God’s not afraid of your honesty
He can heal your heart if you speak honestly
Humble sorrow and the honest cry
He will not pass by, no, no, ooh

You may feel like you’re crawling
Over broken glass, crying a river
Into the pillows of your past
But you will be free, yeah

Oh, God’s not afraid of your honesty
He can heal your heart if you speak honestly
Humble sorrow and the honest cry
He will not pass by

God’s not afraid of your honesty
He can heal your heart if you speak honestly
Humble sorrow and the honest cry
He will not pass by

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