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70. The Wise May Bring Their Learning

1 The wise may bring their learning,
the rich may bring their wealth,
and some may bring their greatness,
and some their strength and health.

2 We too would bring our treasures
to offer to the King.
We have no wealth or learning--
what treasures shall we bring?

3 We'll bring hearts filled with loving,
we'll bring our thankful praise,
while always humbly trying
to follow in God's ways.

Text Information
First Line: The wise may bring their learning
Title: The Wise May Bring Their Learning
Meter: 76 76
Language: English
Publication Date: 1995
Topic: Meeting with God's People: Dedication and Offering
Source: Adapted from The Book of Praise for Children, 1881
Tune Information
Composer: Melchior Vulpius (1609)
Meter: 76 76
Key: D Major

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