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Do you feel their pain?

DO YOU FEEL THEIR PAIN
Steve Camp

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Have we failed again
Talking about the love of God
But judging those who need it most?

All these afflicted ones
I feel their lives just fade away
Left to face the end alone

So we say a prayer for their needs
Afraid to touch, to hurt, to bleed

Do you feel their pain
Has it touched your life
Can you taste the salt
In the tears they cry
Will you love them more
Than the hate that’s been
Will you love them back
To life again

We should feel ashamed
Allowing fear to close our minds
These are lives we can’t ignore

Oh don’t turn away
Will you see Jesus in each of them
These are souls He suffered for

There is hope for them
Open up your heart
There is grace for them
Do you think we’ve gone too far

Do you feel their pain
Has it touched your life
Can you taste the salt
In the tears they cry
Will you love them more
Than the hate that’s been
Will you love them back
To life again

Oh empty eyes
And lonely souls
Starving for love
And crying for hope
And Jesus said
Bring them to Me
I will make them whole
I can set them free

Will you care for them
Or let them go alone
Will you lend a hand
Or will you cast the stone

Do you feel their pain
Has it touched your life
Can you taste the salt
In the tears they cry
Will you love them more
Than the hate that’s been
Will you love them back
To life again

 

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