“The Savior’s Art,” Ensign, Mar. 1995, 7
If I accept His sacrifice divine,
Returning love for love as He has done;
If I forget myself and touch the one
Whose sorrows weigh as heavily as mine,
Then will I weave my thread in His design,
That great design the Master’s hand has spun,
Wherein salvation through His blood is won,
And all are fed and nurtured on His vine.
If I reach out and calm a troubled heart,
Or let another heal the rift in me;
If, in distress, I take another’s part,
As Jesus took ours in Gethsemane,
Then I embrace the Savior’s loving art,
And honor Him throughout eternity.