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I Have a New Favorite Song


I have found my new favorite song. Go ahead and click on the video, listen to it if you haven't heard it, and then read on.

This is a pretty popular song right now, I think (I don't know for sure because I'm in another country), so I'm sure many of you have heard it. But, out of all the songs on the planet, why is this my new favorite song EVER? For one simple reason: they're saying something every girl - and guy - needs to hear, but rarely does. How often is she (or he) told these things? Let's look closely at my favorite lyrics in the song:


I see you dressed in white
Every wrong made right
I see a rose in bloom
At the sight of you
Oh, so priceless
Irreplaceable, unmistakable, incomparable
Darling, it's beautiful
I see it all in you
Oh, so priceless

How often, really, do we hear this? How often do we tell people this? How many little kids grow up not knowing their worth? Even now, all grown up, how many of us don't know our worth? Let me tell you, no matter how much you weigh, how tall or short you are, no matter how old or young you are, you are priceless. 

And that is what this song is reminding us (me). They're saying exactly what everyone should know, but few really do.

God made you specially. He looked at the earth and thought that we needed one of you. You are irreplaceable, unmistakable, incomparable, and you are priceless. 

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