I came as I was and I brought what I had, I heard who he was and I saw what he had, I loved who he was; took every word to my heart And he loved me right back – he always did; from the start. He saw all I was and loved me the same, Received all I had … and in that I became.
He turned my simple, my shame; to a blessing, Transformed my meagre to majesty, Insufficiency to abundance, My doubt to a party, My sin to a symphony of praise. And, all I had been didn’t matter, All I had seen could never compare.
I came as I was and he met me there, I met love himself, and was multiplied.