"Made to Worship" as written by Stephan Conley Sharp, Ed Cash and Chris Tomlin....
Before the day, before the light
Before the world revolved around the sun
God on high stepped down into time
And wrote the story of His love for everyone

He has filled our hearts with wonder
So that we always remember

You and I were made to worship, you and I are called to love
You and I are forgiven and free
You and I embrace surrender, you and I choose to believe
Then you and I will see who we were meant to be

All we are and all we have
Is all a gift from God that we receive
Brought to life we open up our eyes
To see the majesty and glory of the King

He has filled our hearts with wonder
So that we always remember

You and I were made to worship, you and I are called to love
You and I are forgiven and free
You and I embrace surrender, you and I choose to believe
Then you and I will see who we were meant to be

And even the rocks cry out and even the Heavens shout
At the sound of His holy name
So let every voice sing out, and let every knee bow down
He's worthy of all our praise

You and I were made to worship, you and I are called to love
You and I are forgiven and free, yeah
When you and I embrace surrender, you and I choose to believe
Then you and I will see, you and I will see

You and I were made to worship, you and I are called to love
You and I are forgiven and free, yeah
You and I embrace surrender, you and I choose to believe
Then you and I will see who we were meant to be

Yeah, we were meant to be
You and I, you and I, yeah, yeah
Who we were meant to be


Lyrics submitted by stef999

"Made to Worship" as written by John P. Kee

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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