"Nor Do I Condemn You" as written by and Bob Powers Caleb Culver....
I see your soul
I see your guilt
I've seen every circumstance
That had it's hand in how you were built
You're emptied out
A hollow frame
All your hope has gone along with any love to claim

And in your heart you wish for death
I'm grieved you find only pain and cruelty in every single breath
Rise again up off the ground
All the stones lie around with no accuser to be found

Your joy has come like the rising sun
I leave the ninety nine every time to find the one
Singing comes in the new day's warmth
With passing night unveils your fire-tried form

I've made my face to shine
My countenance your guiding light
I am the Way, the Truth, the Life

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"Nor Do I Condemn You" as written by Caleb Culver Bob Powers


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    General CommentJust those first three lines are very sobering: there's nothing we can do that God doesn't see, but He also understands us--our motivations, our struggles--more deeply than we ever could. God is always pursuing us; and when we go astray, He longs even more for us to come home.

    This song, like many other Pas Neos songs, is a series of vignettes from the Bible on a subject. This one is a perfect example of redemption and forgiveness.
    rocknrollgirl47on August 06, 2012   Link

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