We all are different. Not one of us is alike. What great evidence that God loves us and knows us as individuals. Our differences make us unique and special and if God appreciates those differences, shouldn't we? Our differences make life interesting and allow us opportunities to reach out to one another. Today, more than ever, we need to accept and love, not judge. This also comes with lyrics for a school setting. Lyrics by Tim Morganson.

 

Church Lyrics:

It’s plain we all are different,

Not one is just alike.

The Savior came to teach us

Of tolerance and light.

For God came down and loved the world,

Not just a chosen few,

And if we truly follow Him

The same thing we will do.

 

I will live my life so others see,

The Savior’s light inside of me.

Free to each in need of care…

Find kindness, light, and friendship there.

 

Although we all are different,

Each heart still beats the same.

Follow in His footsteps,

For this is why He came.

He showed us by the way He lived,

A kind and gentle soul,

That many of our differences

Are not so big at all.

 

I will live my life so others see,

The Savior’s light inside of me.

Free to each in need of care…

Find kindness, light, and friendship there.

 

School Lyrics:

It’s plain we all are different,

Not one is just alike.

Many’ve come to teach us,

Of tolerance and light.

For we are taught to love the world,

Not just a chosen few,

And if we truly follow this,

We’ll choose the Golden Rule.

 

I will life my life so others see,

A special light inside of me.

Free to each in need of care…

Find kindness light and friendship there.

 

Although we all are different,

Each heart still beats the same.

It isn’t always easy

To love each and not blame.

I’ll show you by the way I live,

A kind and gentle soul…

That many of our differences

Are not so big at all.

 

I will life my life so others see,

A special light inside of me.

Free to each in need of care…

Find kindness light and friendship there.

 

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