"Christ knows how to minister to others perfectly. When the Savior stretches out His hands, those He touches are uplifted and become greater, stronger, and better people as a result. If we are His hands, should we not do the same?"
- Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "You Are My Hands", Ensign May 2010, 68-70, 75
My Hands are His Hands by Nicole Ritman
ARTICLES FROM CHURCH MAGAZINES:
Becoming Instruments in the Hands of God by Don R. Clarke (November 2006)
Clean Hands and a Pure Heart by David Bednar (November 2007)
Hands by Thomas S. Monson (August 1990)
Clipart from Mormon Share
The Gift of Hands
My Sister's Hands by Sally DeFord
Christ has no hands but ours by Annie Johnson Flint
It just depends who's hands it's in....
"When I think of the Savior, I often picture Him with hands outstretched, reaching out to comfort, heal, bless, and love. And He always talked with, never down to, people. He loved the humble and the meek and walked among them, ministering to them and offering hope and salvation. That is what He did during His mortal life; it is what He would be doing if He were living among us today; and it is what we should be doing as His disciples and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints." - Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "You Are My Hands", Ensign May 2010, 68–70, 75.
Hands by Thomas S. Monson, August 1990, Ensign
Our Hands Are Christ's Hands