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1 Jesus gave our hands to us,
As a gift of love;
And he watches what they do,
From his home above.
Busy hands, useful hands,
Hands that help along!
Glad and gay, they merrily clap away
To our happy song.
2 In his service here below
We would use them right,
Keeping them from evil free,
Spotless, pure and white. [Refrain]
3 Jesus, take our hands today,
And their service bless;
So our lives like thine shall pass
In sweet usefulness. [Refrain]Source: His Worthy Praise #160