Flawless Video
Flawless Lyrics

There’s got to be more
Than going back and forth
From doing right to doing wrong
‘Cause we were taught that’s who we are
Come on get in line right behind me
You along with everybody
Thinking there’s worth in what you do

Then like a hero who takes the stage when
We’re on the edge of our seats saying it’s too late
Well let me introduce you to amazing grace

No matter the bumps
No matter the bruises
No matter the scars
Still the truth is
The cross has made
The cross has made you flawless
No matter the hurt
Or how deep the wound is
No matter the pain
Still the truth is
The cross has made
The cross has made you flawless

Could it possibly be
That we simply can’t believe
That this unconditional
Kind of love would be enough
To take a filthy wretch like this
And wrap him up in righteousness
But that’s exactly what He did

Take a breath smile and say
Right here right now I’m ok because
The cross was enough

Then like a hero who takes the stage when
We’re on the edge of our seats saying it’s too late
Well let me introduce you to grace grace
God’s grace

No matter what they say
Or what you think you are
The day you called His name
He made you flawless

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  • Kent Dolezal says:

    I work one in one of the top five deadliest jobs in America, I was reminded of that just this month when I badly injured my left hand while at work. I was lucky that I didn’t break my finger and only had to have it stitched up. Being a garbage collector is a thankless job and a deadly one. In addition to working with big machines that crush anything (and anyone) that gets in the way, there are the risks posed by hazardous materials and heavy traffic. In June of 2000 a 30 year-old male sanitation assistant (the victim) was crushed by the hydraulically powered tailgate of a garbage truck while unloading garbage at a county landfill. The County Sheriff, and ambulance personnel arrived at the scene within minutes but the county medical examiner pronounced the man dead at the scene. A discarded fishing pole was found inside the garbage compartment of the truck, and it is possible that the victim was trying to retrieve this item immediately prior to getting caught.

    Greed is defined as an excessive desire to acquire or possess more than what one needs or deserves. We think we never have enough in life and want more and more. More time, more money, more to eat, more love! We can’t stop and we are always looking of more ways to make us look and feel good. But the truth is, we are not good. We deal with Body Image, Reckless living, Selfishness, Cancer, Doubts about life, Fears, Diabetes, Working too much, Failing health and past issues in our life.

    I was very lucky (if you want to call it luck) that I didn’t lose my finger. The wound was very deep and the pain, oh the pain! Three weeks later and my finger feels a lot better, but it still hurts sometimes. Even though the wound has healed up, there will be a scar to remind me that I’m not flawless! And just like the song Flawless by MercyMe, I just need to take a breath, smile and say. Right here, right now that I’m OK; because the cross was enough.

    Their is more to life than what you own, what you drive or how you look. In the end, it’s not what you do that matters the most. Don’t think getting just one more thing will make you better, Greed is deadly to the soul and will catch you to you before you know it. The Cross has made you flawless no matter what issues you are facing in life. It’s never too late to be introduce to grace, God’s grace. Grace can wipe away to stains of your past and leave you flawless in God’s eyes!

    Some of us have been bruised by abuse. Broken by disappointment. Weighed down by depression. We don’t think we’re worthy of God’s Grace, worth being flawless. But the Lord says of His people, “You are precious and honored in my sight” (Isaiah 43:4).

    There is more to life, you are flawless in Christ.

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