A generally short song with a powerful message. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints published this song as part of its Ensign magazine in 2006, but thanks to social media it can garner more attention and reach a wider audience than it did in print.
We can debate which version on YouTube is best. I like this one.
1. They heard His voice, a voice so mild.
It pierced them through and made their souls to quake.
They saw Him come, a man in white,
The Savior, who had suffered for their sake.
They felt the wounds in hands and side,
And each could testify:
This is the Christ.
This is the Christ, the holy Son of God,
Our Savior, Lord, Redeemer of mankind.
This is the Christ, the Healer of our souls,
Who ransomed us with love divine.
2. I read His words, the words He prayed
While bearing sorrow in Gethsemane.
I feel His love, the price He paid.
How many drops of blood were spilled for me?
With Saints of old in joyful cry
I too can testify:
Words: James E. Faust, b. 1920, and Jan Pinborough, b. 1954