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You Belong

You Belong
Pop | Female | Up-beat

Verse 1

Maybe you don’t feel pretty; maybe you don’t feel loved

Maybe you have forgotten all that you’re made of

People tear you down, don’t bother to pick you up

Maybe you feel like you’re completely stuck

 

Chorus

He sees you; He hears you. He loves you; He’s near you

He’s always there when you’re alone crying in the dark

He understands the trials and hard times that we go through

Don’t you know that He will always be with you?

 

Verse 2

Feel like hope has failed you; feel like a ‘mess up’

‘Why can’t this day just be over? I wanna give up

I’m falling; no ones catching me

I’m crying, don’t you hear me? Can’t you see that I’m a wreck?’

 (Chorus)

 

Bridge

Maybe you don’t feel like you fit in, but you fit right into His heart

Maybe you don’t feel like you fit in, but you fit right where you belong

 (Chorus 2x)

 

Maybe you don’t feel like you fit in, but you fit right where you belong

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www.edenministry.org

A ministry I am very blessed to be involved with is Eden Ministry.  You can find their jewelry at my merchandise table, or you can look at their store online HERE.  

Eden began in a very simple way: two housewives with only one evening a week to spare had a desire to do something about human trafficking in their city. They began to prayer-walk around the red light areas and build relationships with all those involved in the sex industry. The vision was to bring God’s love to everyone involved in the sex industry and to see them set free. Twelve years later, they have created multiple shelters in major trafficking hubs in Asia, established an international jewelry business and witnessed thousands of people from the sex industry be impacted with God’s love.  Using their international jewelry business as a platform, they provide career and skill training - empowering women for a new life and future. They continually innovate prevention and outreach programs- transforming entire communities. Eden is a voice to the oppressed, a light to the darkness.