"To The Church" as written by Mike Dunlap, Logan Lambert, Courtney Anderson, Mike Risinger and Jeff Santo....
As you laugh, someone cries
As you live, somebody dies
One will fall but another will rise
Someone loves, someone hates
And as you ascend into Heaven
Others pass through Hell's gates

And let us not lose compassion
For those who have yet to be pardoned

May we not forget our fellow man
Mourn with those who mourn
And rejoice with the joyous
May we not forget our past
So if grace was ever given
We would be the first to give it
So if grace was ever given
We would be the first to give it

And let us not lose compassion
For those who have yet to be pardoned
And I know, by the grace of God, I roam
And I'll stand before Him naked and alone
And so will we all when death comes to take us home
And so will we all when death comes to take us home

The world is ours to take, so let's take it
If the world is man's, it is what he makes it

And let us not lose compassion
For those who have yet to be pardoned
And I know, by the grace of God, I roam
And I'll stand before Him naked and alone
And so will we all when death comes to take us home
And so will we all when death comes to take us home
And so will we all when death comes to take us home


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"To the Church" as written by Jeff Santo Courtney Anderson

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    General CommentReminding the Church to forgot about our wants and remember those who have yet to be saved.
    WakeToLifeon January 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGood song in my opinion havent heard much of Sinai Beach but i like this song
    dont know what this song is truly about but what Waketolife said sounds pretty close after reading the lyrics
    ItsOverNowon December 11, 2009   Link

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