Through the windows of your soul
The world is looking in to know
If love is is your eyes
Because love can't hide!
Through the weary world of lies
The world is looking in your eyes
If love can't be denied
Oh love, don't hide!
Doesn't matter what you do,
Your windows will expose you.
Love shines through the pure, love can cure!
Hearts to love and lights to feed,
The world is crying out in need,
For love to be in your eyes; with love, I cry, stay true.
People think I listen to weird music, but that really depends on what their definitions of "weird" are.
It is true that the word love is mentioned a bit much in Annie Herring's song "Stay True," (while I am actually listening to the amazing Rimsy-Korsakov's exciting "Festival at Bagdad") but the song's message is much more than a rant about staying true to love.
The eyes of a person never look or grow old. Granted, they may wear out or become blind, but eyes hold something important: Windows into souls. Eyes are the small physical element God gave us that does not, in a sense, age with a person. Of course eyes decompose when a person leaves this earth, but this vital pair of organs remains expressive, twinkling, sharp, soft, mesmerizing.
God's love for others should show through our actions as well as our eyes, for we are called to feed His sheep and tend His flock. No wonder eye contact is so important.
If you truly love Christ, that "stay true" love will not be able to hide: Your windows will expose you, your soul. The world is starved for God's love; let it be communicated through your eyes.