"Life is Precious" as written by and Wesley Ivan King....
Sometimes I drive too fast
Sometimes I risk it all
Sometimes I'm reckless
And act like I'm made of steel
But I'm just flesh and bones
A product of the Fall
Still I have purpose
And this I know to be real

Life is precious, life is sweet
Like the earth beneath my feet
Though I know I'm passing through
I know I belong to You
Life is precious, life is sweet
And this truth makes it complete
Knowing Jesus died for me
Life is precious
Life is precious, life is sweet

I can't see past myself
When I get depressed
I take for granted
This life You've given me
There are a million ways
I've been so richly blessed
I can't imagine
Not being able to see

Life is precious, life is sweet
Like the earth beneath my feet
Though I know I'm passing through
I know I belong to You
Life is precious, life is sweet
And this truth makes it complete
Knowing Jesus died for me
Life is precious
Life is precious, life is sweet

And this life I live in the body
I live by faith in the One
Who gave Himself for me

Life is precious, life is sweet
Like the earth beneath my feet
Though I know I'm passing through
I know I belong to You
Life is precious, life is sweet
And this truth makes it complete
Knowing Jesus died for me
Life is precious
Life is precious, life is sweet


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"Life Is Precious" as written by Wesley Ivan King

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    Song MeaningThe meaning's pretty straightforward: our lives is sacred because we're made in God's image. The music video accompanying this particular song also portrayed a talent show for children with various handicaps, which suggests that this is also generally advocating a strong pro-life stance (i.e. no killing those kids for their disabilities the way Hitler did; their lives are sacred too).
    Inyarearon June 06, 2009   Link

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