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​Beautiful Scars

This song is by Disciple and appears on the album O God Save Us All (2012).

Our faces were forgotten, the unrecognizable.
It's a mystery in this paradox.
In a time we were abandoned to a maze of miserable. (Romans 5:6-8)
But that time has been forever lost. (Ezekiel 34:16)

We have been reborn. (1 Peter 1:23)
We were the bruised, we were the broken. (Luke 4:18)
We don't live in pieces anymore. (1 Peter 1:24)
We have won, we have overcome. (Romans 8:37 / John 16:33)
Our scars have been made beautiful. (Isaiah 61:3, Romans 8:28)
We're the redeemed, this is who we are. (Psalm 107:2, Gal. 3:13 / 1 Cor. 12:27)

Our afflictions overtaken, by the inexplicable. (Isaiah 53:4-5)
With a grace that takes the place of chains. (Romans 6:14)
Crimson cascading over the most unforgivable.
Stealing all our sins away. (Revelation 1:5)

We have been reborn. (1 Peter 1:23)
We were the bruised, we were the broken. (Luke 4:18)
We don't live in pieces anymore. (1 Peter 1:24)
We have won, we have overcome. (Romans 8:37 / John 16:33)
Our scars have been made beautiful. (Isaiah 61:3, Romans 8:28)
We're the redeemed, this is who we are. (Psalm 107:2, Gal. 3:13 / 1 Cor. 12:27)

We are rising above this gravity, (Romans 8:2)
We have been reborn. (1 Peter 1:23)
We were the bruised, we were the broken. (Luke 4:18)
We don't live in pieces anymore. (1 Peter 1:24)
We have won, we have overcome. (Romans 8:37 / John 16:33)
Our scars have been made beautiful. (Isaiah 61:3, Romans 8:28)
Our scars have been made beautiful. (Isaiah 61:3, Romans 8:28)
We're the redeemed, this is who we are. (Psalm 107:2, Gal. 3:13 / 1 Cor. 12:27)

This is who we are, this is who we are.

Written by:

David Garcia, Ben Glover, Jasen Rauch and Kevin Young