Of what does the blood of Jesus primarily speak to you? Does it speak to you of anger, divine justice and ritualistic sacrifice? Or does it speak to you of love, love, love?

Take a few minutes and let Godfrey Birtill help you see the love of God:

When I look at the blood
All I see is love, love, love
When I stop at the cross
I can see the love of God

But I can’t see competition
I can’t see hierarchy
I can’t see pride or prejudice
Or the abuse of authority
I can’t see lust for power
I can’t see manipulation
I can’t see rage or anger
Or selfish ambition

When I look at the blood
All I see is love, love, love
When I stop at the cross
I can see the love of God

But I can’t see unforgiveness
I can’t see hate or envy
I can’t see stupid fighting
Or bitterness or jealousy
I can’t see empire building
I can’t see self-importance
I can’t see backstabbing
Or vanity or arrogance

When I look at the blood
All I see is love, love, love
When I stop at the cross
I can see the love of God

And I see surrender, sacrifice
Salvation, humility
Righteousness, faithfulness
Grace, forgiveness

Love, love, love
Love, love, love
Love, love, love
Love, love, love