“Behold the Wounds in Jesus’ Hands,” Ensign, Apr. 2009, 61 Behold the Wounds in Jesus’ Hands Words by John V. Pearson Music by David R. Naylor Reverently Imagemusic, Behold the Wounds in Jesus’ Hands, music 1. Behold the wounds in Jesus’ Hands, The marks upon His side. Then ponder whom He meant to save When on the cross He died. We cannot see the love of God Which saves us from the Fall, Yet know that Christ from wood and nails Built mansions for us all. 2. Behold the outstreched hands of Christ, Our Lord, who came to save, Whose love and grace redeem our souls And lift us from the grave. Though bruised and battered as we stray, His guiding hands caress. He washes and annoints with oil; Then in His arms we rest. 3. Behold the wounds in Jesus’ hands. Look to your Lord and live. He yearns to bless you with His love And all your sins forgive. Oh, empty is the heart of man When it is filled with sin. Come, open wide your broken heart And let your Savior in! 4. Behold His wounded hands and feet! Come touch, and see, and feel The wounds and marks that you may know His love for you is real. Then as you fall to worship Him And wash His feet in tears, Your Savior takes you in his arms And quiets all your fears. © 1998 by John V. Pearson and David R. Naylor. All rights reserved. This song may be copied for incidental, noncomercial home and church use. This notice must be included on each copy made.