Two time Grammy award-winning singer Lauren Daigle performed a concert at the Ohio Reformatory for Women on Saturday where she spoke of God’s love for them.
The “You Say” singer performed songs off her latest album, Look Up Child, while the inmates sang along.
“The one thing that we can always do is look up,” Daigle says in a clip from the concert posted on YouTube.
“You can look up and see the sky. You can look up and see the kindness of God and His extravagant love for each one of you,” she said while holding up her hands in praise. “And I know sometimes that can be hard to wrap your mind around, but let me tell you something, He doesn’t see you by your faults, or maybe the things that you’ve done or the things that have trapped you and ensnared you. But He sees you as children, as His own, beloved from the Most High King. That’s who you are.”
The Louisiana native encouraged the prisoners to seek God for their value in life because no one is too guilty to be loved or forgiven.
“If you ever question your identity, I tell you what—just open up a Bible somewhere and watch His sacrifice, watch His love for you. It doesn’t change just because you’re in here,” Daigle said.
“His love for you doesn’t waver just because of the things you have done or the things you felt have gripped you for your entire life. … I see you and me as the same. I don’t see us separated at all. I don’t see a difference,” she declared. “I see you as people. We’re all people. We’re all on this journey of life together.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law