We are part of the greatest deliverance story ever told. Our Savior is the protagonist, and His promises can fill us with hope.
BYU implements a unique form of teaching centered around scholarship and faith that draws us closer to the Savior’s example.
Kyle S. McKay shares why we need to embrace the plan of God and the doctrine of Christ; Christ can undo wrongs and provide healing.
The doctrines of agency, accountability, and the Atonement of Jesus Christ lay the foundation for understanding the devastating issue of sexual assault.
Our thoughts determine our destinies. We must keep our thoughts clean and pure so that over time they lead us to eternal life.
God is real. His Son is real. Our faith in them will be strengthened as we learn more completely about them and have sacred experiences with them.
In the scriptures, ordinary people use the Atonement to "walk in newness of life." Their examples prove it is never too late to change.
The faith to forgive, like faith to repent, shows our trust in the Atonement, which provides restitution and heals us from wrongs.
Michael L. Dunn speaks on the miracle of forgiveness that is reached through the atonement of Jesus Christ.
Christ’s grace gives us the power and potential to become like Him. We need to believe Christ's words when he said "My grace is sufficient".
Jon M. Huntsman Sr. speaks of the need to be optimistic and of how following the gospel of Jesus Christ will lead us to happiness.
Richard C. Edgley talks about the powerful, personal force of hope that is rooted in faith in the Atonement. With Christ, we can truly hope for all things.
What lessons does Joseph Smith's experience in Liberty Jail teach us about God's love? How can our trials be both a prison and a temple?
How do we overcome our weaknesses? In this devotional, Michael Barnes gives advice on how to receive help from the Lord when overcoming weaknesses.
God can offer us deliverance through the hardest of trials, including comfort in grief, strength in opposition, and escape from sin.
The Atonement of Christ is the core of Christian doctrine. It is only by coming to know Him as our Redeemer that we are motivated to change.
The Book of Mormon teaches God's plan for us. Live according to that plan—take care of your body, seek intelligence, and prepare for an eternal family.
By using our God-given moral agency in the way that Jesus Christ exemplified, we don't become God's puppets—we become like Him.
Gordon Lindsay reiterates that when we take the sacrament, we covenant to always remember Him. But how often do we really remember Christ?
The restoration brought about a "wonderful flood of light" regarding the family, the Fall, and the Atonement of Christ—but do we live in that light?
I pray that the . . . the power of the Atonement in Lazarus, Sonya, Raskolnikov, Theany Reath, and Kats Kajiyama and millions of others will give us courage to “stand forth” and to allow our graveclothes to be removed; and that we might also be both the healers and the healed, the unbinders and the unbound.
Christ's Atonement does more than cleanse us from sin. His grace is also an enabling power to become better and serve more faithfully.
We must constantly strive to understand the depth of Christ's atoning love for us. Search after Christ, and your search will not be in vain.
Everyone faces challenges, and James D. Stice shows how we can help those who, for a time, are carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders.
He who will bring about the restoration of all things also brings to pass the intimate restorations that heal us, cleanse us, and fulfill divine promises.
The Atonement of Jesus Christ is vast enough to apply to the entirety of the universe and intimate enough to support us in our trials.
Bruce L. Brown testifies that modern prophets have revealed and will continue to reveal important truths about the great plan of redemption.
The Savior performed the Atonement for each of us, one by one. We can develop an individual relationship with Him through prayer, study, and loving others.
The atonement, along with our own agency and accountability, work together to comprise the essence of the Plan of Salvation.
The mortal ministry of the Savior was the ultimate paradox: He was wounded so we could be whole, and He died so we could live.
Jesus Christ's Atonement exemplifies all of the divine attributes we are seeking. Truly, "in Him all things hold together."
Believing in Christ and believing Christ are two entirely different things. Taking a practical approach to the Atonement can help us grow our faith.
If we come unto Christ, His Atonement will make us clean and spotless. We can go home to live with God again, our deepest desire.
In living the gospel, we must understand why a Savior is necessary for our physical and spiritual salvation. He is the greatest gift.
No matter how complicated your trials, how dark your sins, or how overwhelming the challenges you face, in Christ there is always hope.
We all sin, but we don't have to live with those burdens forever. Through repentance, we can be made clean through the Atonement of Christ.
Elder A. Theodore Tuttle discusses the Atonement and our part in it. We must take important steps to fully access the Savior's Atonement.
Christ was asked the question “Who then can be saved?” Every person can be saved, but eternal life only comes on God's terms.
Drawing parallels between the olive press and the events in Gethsemane, Truman G. Madsen invites us all to reflect on the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
We are responsible to learn of and become witnesses of Jesus Christ. As we do, we positively and profoundly influence our posterity and those around us.
The Creation, the Fall, and the Atonement are the foundations of salvation. As we understand them better, we can live to gain eternal life.
The scriptures say that we are "bought with a price." We forever owe our love and devotion to Jesus Christ for His ransoming sacrifice.
The atonement of Jesus Christ saves us from the effects of the Fall and from our own transgressions. Understanding it gives us hope to repent and improve.
Jesus Christ’s atonement for our sins was an eternally necessary sacrifice for us that we could not have completed for ourselves.