All To You

Over the years, this song has gone through so many transformations. And then more transformations. For those who may have known it from the past, it may sound a little different now but at the heart of it, it’s still from Ezekiel 34:16 – “I will search for the lost and bring back the strays. I will bind up the injured and strengthen the weak…”

Our Shepherd provides so much for us… even the air that we breathe is a gift from Him! This song “All To You” is a song of gratitude and opportunity to give breath back to God in worship, for nothing is greater than our Shepherd, our Lord, our Savior!

Later in Ezekiel 34:31 it says, “You my sheep, the sheep of my pasture, are people, and I am your God…” How awesome it is that we get to know a God like this. What else can we do but give all that we have back to Him?

All To You
Words & Music by Andy Lee

Once like sheep who were astray
You took back those who turned away
We were broken, You gave us strength
Now we praise Your Holy Name

For nothing is greater than our Shepherd, our Savior
Forever we will sing
All blessing and honor, wisdom and power
To the King of kings

When we’re weak You make us strong
In Your presence we belong
Our salvation by Your grace
Now we’ve come to seek Your face

Give it all to You

We will sing and lift up Your glorious Name
We will shout and give You the highest of praise
For nothing is greater than our Shepherd, our Savior
Forever we will sing

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One comment

  1. Diane Kim · October 30, 2013

    praise the Lord! He has done so much for us! nothing is greater than God. I agree with the song. PRAISE HIM!

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