Another voice, another choice
To listen to words somebody said
Another day, I replay, one too many doubts inside my head
Am I strong, beautiful, am I good enough
Do I belong after all, that I’ve said and done
Is it real when I feel I don’t measure up
Am I loved

I’m runnin’ to the One who knows me
Who made every part of me in His hands
I’m holdin’ to the One who holds me
‘Cause I know, ’cause I am
I know who I am
I am sure, I am Yours

Turnin’ down, tunin’ out
Every single word that caused me pain
Unashamed and unafraid
‘Cause I believe You mean it when You say
I am strong, beautiful
I am good enough
And I belong after all, ’cause of what You’ve done
This is real what I feel
No one made it up
I am loved

I’m runnin’ to the One who knows me
Who made every part of me in His hands
I’m holdin’ to the One who holds me
‘Cause I know, ’cause I am
I know who I am
I am sure, I am Yours

Fearfully, wonderfully, perfectly
You had made me

I’m runnin’ to the One who knows me
Ya-a-ay
I’m holdin’ to the One who holds me
Holds me holds me-e-e-yay

I’m runnin’ to the One who knows me
Who made every part of me in His hands
I’m holdin’ to the One who holds me
‘Cause I know, ’cause I am
I know who I am
I am sure, I am Yours
Oh, I am Yours
I am sure, I am Yours
And I know who I am

 

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Know that you are daughters of God, children with a divine birthright. Walk in the sun with your heads high, knowing that you are loved and honored, that you are a part of his kingdom, and that there is for you a great work to be done which cannot be left to others” (“Live Up to Your Inheritance,” Ensign, Nov. 1983, 84).  ~Gordon B. Hinckley

To be a daughter of God means that you are the offspring of Deity, literal descendants of a Divine Father, inheriting godly attributes and potential. To be a daughter of God also means that you have been born again, changed from a ‘carnal and fallen state, to a state of righteousness’ [Mosiah 27:25]. … Being a daughter of God means that if you seek it, you can find your true identity. You will know who you are” (“What It Means to Be a Daughter of God,” Ensign, Nov. 1999, 100, 102). ~James E. Faust

Of all the creations of the Almighty, there is none more beautiful, none more inspiring than a lovely daughter of God who walks in virtue with an understanding of why she should do so, who honors and respects her body as a thing sacred and divine, who cultivates her mind and constantly enlarges the horizon of her understanding, who nurtures her spirit with everlasting truth” (“Our Responsibility to Our Young Women,” Ensign, Sept. 1988, 11). ~Gordon B. Hinckley

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