760 Pure Love Without Blemish

Verse 1

Love is a pure emotion, pure without a blemish.

Use your heart, use your heart to love and feel and care.

Love doesn’t set conditions or barriers or distance.

Use your heart, use your heart to love and feel and care.

Chorus

If you love you don’t deceive,

grumble, turn your back, look to get something in return.

If you love you’d sacrifice,

accept hardship and be one with God in harmony.

Verse 2

In love there’s no suspicion, no cunning, no deceit.

Use your heart, use your heart to love and feel and care.

In love there is no trade and nothing that’s not pure.

Use your heart, use your heart to love and feel and care.

Chorus

If you love you don’t deceive,

grumble, turn your back, look to get something in return.

If you love you’d sacrifice,

accept hardship and be one with God in harmony.

Bridge

You would give your family, youth and future you may see,

give your marriage up for God; you would give your all for Him.

You would give your family, youth and future you may see,

give your marriage up for God; you would give your all for Him.

Or your love’s no love at all, but deceit, betrayal of God.

Outro

Love is a pure emotion, pure without a blemish.

Use your heart, use your heart to love and feel and care.

Love doesn’t set conditions or barriers or distance.

Use your heart, use your heart to love and feel and care.

Adapted from “Many Are Called, but Few Are Chosen” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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