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I used this song as part of a sermon about a month ago.  It is a great reminder of the lists we create for ourselves and others.  I love what God does with our lists.  Enjoy this song by Matthew West.


Write 'em down one by one
Every single mistake that you've ever made
Every single wrong turn you wish you didn't take

Keeping count, you can't let go
In for life behind bars, but you're holding the key
'Cause the list tells your heart that you'll never be free

But love keeps no record of wrong, no, no
Love keeps no record of wrong, no, no
Love keeps no record of wrong, no, no
Listen to me, love keeps no record of wrong, no

So let it go
Let it go

Love tears the list in million little pieces
Cast your sins as far as the East is from the West
Say goodbye to the list

Love tells your heart it's time to start beating
History will not be repeating anymore
Yesterday is closing door

Love keeps no record of wrong, no, no

Let it watch over you
That it doesn't mater what you've done or where you've been
You don't have to keep going back there again

And write it down one last time
Go on and raise your hands, let the list fall down
You know that you are a new creation now

Love tears the list in million little pieces
Cast your sins as far as the East is from the West
Say goodbye to the list

Love tells your heart it's time to start beating
History will not be repeating anymore
Yesterday is closing door

Cause love keeps no record of wrong, no, no
Oh, love keeps no record of wrong, no

Come unto me
All who are weary
And I will give you rest
Your debt was paid
Your cross was carried
Love's hand has wiped away the list

(Say goodbye to the list)
(Say goodbye to the list)

Let it go (Gotta let it go)
Let it go (Love tears the list in million little pieces) (Gotta let it go)
Let it go (Love tears the list in million little pieces) (Gotta let it go)
Let it go (Love tears the list in million little pieces) (Gotta let it go)

Love keeps no record of wrong, no

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