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The Hands of the Lord

by raymond sides

Never has there been a pair of human hands that has done so much for all of mankind.
The Lords hands were always reaching out to all who believed on Him in their minds.

His hands were always touching people who came to Him with their many great needs.
And as He granted the miracles to each and everyone, He was planting Spiritual seeds.

His hands were always reaching out to sinners, for to them, forgiveness He wanted to give.
Wanting them to trust and believe on Him, so that in heaven they would forever live.

His hands were always reaching out with mercy, as He had mercy on those that were lost.
Mercy that was rich and free to each of us, but for Him it was of great cost.

His hands were always reaching out with grace, grace sufficient for our every need.
Grace that will help us all when we are dying, and this world we are getting ready to leave.

His hands were always reaching out to give someone a blessing, a gift of His kindness.
Many times He healed the lame, the deaf, the speechless, and many from their blindness.

His hand were alway reaching out in love, loving all people that were lost.
In love, He reached out both of His hands to be nailed to an old rugged cross.

His hands are still reaching out today; to those who will trust in Him and in Him believe.
Soon His hands will be reaching out for all of His children, then this world we will leave.

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