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I see love (Jesus Easter Video) (Third Day)
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This video makes a brief summary of Jesus' life and was designed as a preparation for Easter, the Holy Week when Christians remember the death and resurrection of Jesus.

The song played on the video is "I See Love", by the band "Third Day" together with "Steven Curtis Chapman" "MercyMe" .

Some see a teacher standing on a hill speaking words of wisdom
Some see a healer reaching out His hand to give sight to a blind man
Some see a dreamer wasting His life for what can never be
Some see a fool dying for His dream

But I see love, I see love
Light of heaven breaking through
Well, I see grace, I see God's face
Shining pure and perfect love
When I see You I see love

Some see a prisoner alone before His judge with no one to defend him
Some see a victim beaten and abused with all the world against Him
Some see a martyr carrying His cross for what He believes
Some see a hero who set His people free

But I see love, I see love
Light of heaven breaking through
I see grace, I see God's face
Shining pure and perfect love
When I see You

With your last breath, I see love
Through Your death, I see life
I see peace in the eyes of a King
I see hope in Your suffering (I see love)
I see a calm in the centre of the storm
I see a saviour

I see love, I see love
Light of heaven breaking through
I see grace, I see God's face
Shining pure and perfect love
When I see You

Some see Him walking from an empty grave

"I am with you... always" (Matthew 28:20)

WISDOM= The ability to think and act utilizing knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense, and insight.

HEALER= Someone who heals, who cures people (to heal = to cure)

REACH OUT= If you reach out your hand, you extend your arm to grab or touch something.

SIGHT= The ability to see.

BLIND= A blind person can't see.

FOR WHAT CAN NEVER BE= For something impossible.

BREAKING THROUGH= If light breaks through, it manages to pass through something. For example, on a cloudy day, if the rays of the sun break through, they pass through some spaces among the clouds and reach the ground.

GRACE= God's love and protection freely given to people.

BEATEN= (beat – beat – beaten) Hit (in this case, tortured and flogged).

ABUSED= If a person is abused, they are mistreated physically and/or verbally and/or psychologically (insulted, beaten, etc.)

MARTYR= A person who chooses to die instead of rejecting their principles and believes.

CARRYING HIS COST FOR WHAT HE BELIEVES= Suffering for his ideals.

SET ... FREE= Liberate.

SAVIOUR= (AmE "savior") Someone who saves.
In Christianity, when we say that Jesus saves (he is our Saviour) we mean that he makes us free from death (because we will live with him after dying) and free from sin (because sins are limitations that prevent us from living life fully and happily, sin always causes pain and suffering instantly or in the long run). Through Jesus' teachings and Jesus' life, we are better prepared to know right from wrong, and through his inspiration and love we are better prepared to choose good and reject evil.

GRAVE= Tomb (the place where a dead person is buried).
Three days after he died, Jesus rose again (resurrected), so he walked out of his tomb, which was then an empty grave.

If the key question Jesus asked his followers about himself is: "Who do you say I am?" (Mark 8:29), then his question may be the most important for us, too. This song is trying to give a personal answer to the question.

Jesus paid for the sins of the whole world. John said in his first epistle that Christ died, not for our sins only, (the sins of believers who follow Christ), but for the sins of the whole world (1 John 2:2), so through his life and death he brought salvation to all the nations on earth.

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