BYU implements a unique form of teaching centered around scholarship and faith that draws us closer to the Savior’s example.
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".
What is the relationship between light, truth, and grace? Richard Draper teaches how they're related in a scriptural context.
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?
Christ's commandment to "be of good cheer" often comes in the midst of adversity. No trial is more powerful than the peace of His grace.
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 will not be saved by our works, but Christ’s grace does not absolve us from effort. True faith in Jesus Christ, which alone can save us, requires action.