Come, ye saints, look here and wonder. T. Kelly. [Easter.] First published in 3rd ed. of his Hymns, &c, 1809, No. xvii., in 3 stanzas of 6 lines, and based upon Mark xvi. 6, "Behold the place where they laid Him." It was repeated in his Hymns adapted for Social Worship, Dublin, 1812, No. xxvii. For the 1812 work the text was slightly altered in each stanza, and these alterations, with one exception, noted below, were subsequently adopted as the authorized text. It is given in Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, No. 256, with "blessed regions" for happy regions, in stanza iii., line 3; “blessed regions " is the original reading, and was restored to the text by the author. It is in somewhat extensive use. In Boardman's Selection of Hymns, (1907), Philadelphia, 1860, it is given as "Come, ye saints, draw nigh and wonder;" and in the Hymn Book of the Evangelical Association, Cleveland, Ohio, 1882, as "Come, ye saints, behold and wonder."
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)