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When Susan Boyle stepped out on the stage of "Britain’s Got Talent," people laughed at her...like the scoffers in this Psalm. They made fun of her because her outward appearance wasn’t the glitz and glamour they’d come to expect. Members of the audience could be seen rolling their eyes.

But when she began to sing, her voice was like that of the angels. People’s initial attitudes about her were changed. She had an amazing voice that was perfection to their ears. The rolling eyes changed to looks of shock at the incredible talent this woman had to offer.

The resounding applause proved she had what it took to be a star.

But her talent was on the inside.

God looks at what we’re all about; by what’s on the inside.

God doesn’t care if we have lustrous hair that shines or dingy grey, or no hair at all. God loves us just the way we are.

God doesn’t care if our eye lashes are long and full of volume.

God loves us just the way we are.

God doesn’t care if we own a limousine and driver to go with it or if we walk to church or take the bus.

God loves us just the way we are with the resources we have on the inside. And our biggest resource is our heart. It’s ...

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