Offerings

I don’t have much to offer, the shy little boy said.
Just a few little fishes and some small pieces of bread.
But take what I have to offer – and use it as your own.
I can see you’re a weary traveler far away from home.

I don’t have much to offer, said the woman at the well.
Just what little water I can draw up with this pail.
But take what I have to offer – and use it as your own.
I can see you’re a weary traveler far away from home.

I don’t have much to offer, said the fisherman from Galilee.
Just my hands and feet that I offer in service to Thee.
But take what I have to offer – and use it as your own.
I can see you’re a weary traveler far away from home.

I have only one thing to offer, said Jesus at Calvary.
I give up my life here so you can live and be free.
So take what I have to offer – and use it as your own.
I can see you are all weary travelers far away from home.

2000 (Age 30)

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