Monday, June 2, 2014

~Lost Eyes

Sorry about the winter picture ya'll but I didn't feel like going and taking one right now!

I see through your eyes. There's an emptiness inside.
A longing for something, and you don't know what for.
I've been there before. Your heart is a door.
Many people have come through, they've hurt and used you.
Now you're left in pieces, your heart is cold as stone.
You search for a reason, to why you're all alone.

Lost eyes! Searching for something.
Trying to break free from the pain.
Lost eyes! Search no longer, Jesus is the answer!
Look to Him and He'll remove the shame.
Lost eyes!

Now you've turned to Jesus and He's removed the pain.
He's filled you with His love, and your life He has changed.
Your eyes are full of life and as you go each day.
You see their lost eyes as they pass by your way. 
But now you hold the answer deep within your heart.
Bring them to Jesus, the darkness soon will part.

Lost eyes! Searching for something.
Trying to break free from the pain.
Lost eyes! Search no longer, Jesus is the answer!
Look to Him and be saved today!
Lost eyes!

Is there someone you know, who treats you very unkindly? They always seem upset and like they delight in hurting you? I want to share something with you: Hurt people, hurt people. Can you grasp that? Read it again: Hurt people, hurt people. A lot of times we see the outward things-how they behave. What we fail to see is what is going on, on the inside. Deep down inside that "bully" is a person who is hurting. When they are hurting, one way they try get rid of it, is by taking it out on someone else. If you look close enough, you will see a person who is screaming out "I don't feel loved." or "I don't feel accepted." It seems that when we come in contact with with a "nasty" person we have the tendency to write them off or think "Boy, they have problems!" Do we love God enough to take the time to pity them and show them Christ's love? Can we overlook their outward appearance and stop to care out their heart? Sometimes all people need is someone to listen to them. We need to be able to look on that person with complete love and tell them "I don't have the answers and I can't take away your pain, but I can take you to someone who can!" 

  We are in a world of hurting people, lets show them the Great Physician!  


  1. Lovely post, Heather!

    By the way, you've been nominated for the Liebster Award on my blog! Here's the link: http://hisprincessbekah.blogspot.com/2014/06/a-couple-blog-awards.html

    Hope you have a great day!

    His Princess,

  2. Great to hear form you Heather!

    Great post! And I like your new header! :)


    1. Thanks. I think it's OK but hope to change it soon. The picture isn't as good as I wanted. I just put it up quick so that it wasn't the snow one still.

  3. Very well said! :) I believe we need to start praying that God will help us feel remorse for them... that we feel their pain and the way God feels for them. My prayer is that we can love them the way God loves them. Let's pray that God will love them through us. I believe when God brings a mean, yet hurting person into my life, that He is telling me now is the perfect time to share Christ with them... because that is where the healing comes from... that is who they really want and need... is our God! :) Beautifully written again. I just loved your poem. :)

    1. Exactly! I'll be praying that God shows you and leads in your blogging. Oh and I forgot to mention about the poem above. It's not one of mine but actually a song. I don't know who wrote it but I heard it sung by the Victorious Valley Girls. They have some song on youtube if anyone's interested in checking into them. Very beautiful singers and they have such stories!