Music: Wonderfully Made by Ellie Holcomb

What a powerful song.  I hope if you need to hear how God sees you, that this song touches you.   I pray we all see ourselves as God sees us.

Lyrics:

It’s two in the morning and I’m still awake in my bed
And I can’t shake these lies that keep running around in my head
What if I saw me the way that you see me
What if I believed it was true
What if I traded this shame and self-hatred
For a chance at believing you

That you knit me together in my mother’s womb
And you say that I’ve never been hidden from you
And you say that I’m wonderfully, wonderfully made

You search me and know me
You know when I sit, when I rise
So you must know the choices I’ve made and the pain that I hide

What if I saw me the way that you see me
What if I believed it was true
What if I traded this shame and self-hatred
For a chance at believing you

‘Cause you knit me together in my mother’s womb
And you say that I’ve never been hidden from you
And you say that I’m wonderfully, wonderfully made

You’re eyes, they have seen me before I was born
And you know all the good things that you made me for
And I’m wonderfully, wonderfully made

Oooh, Oooh
Oooh, Oooh

When I consider the heavens above
Oh what is man that you’re mindful of us
‘Til you say that we’re wonderfully, wonderfully made

And you promise that you’ll never leave me, Oh Lord
Oh that you hem me in, both behind and before
And I’m wonderfully, wonderfully made

And you knit me together in my mother’s womb
And you say that I’ve never been hidden from you
And you say that I’m wonderfully, wonderfully made

And You’re eyes, they have seen me before I was born
And you know all the good things that you made me for
And I’m wonderfully, wonderfully made

Wonderfully made

Help me believe it
Help me to see me just like you see me
Just like you made me
Wonderfully made

Read more: Ellie Holcomb – Wonderfully Made Lyrics | MetroLyrics

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