We can remember the love our Savior has for us individually and accept His gift of forgiveness offered through His atonement.
Category: Anchoring in Christ
What parts of your temple are in need of Christ’s attention? Will you invite Him in to cleanse and reclaim them?
He wants each of us to come to Him and be as a little child. He doesn’t want anything to hold us back or make us feel inferior or unworthy.
His father saw him… and ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him. I think the story of the prodigal son must be one of the most beautiful of Christ’s parables.
Who is this merciful man, the one willing to put us on His shoulders and carry us back from the brink of everlasting misery and despair? He is, as self-described, the Good Shepherd.
Jesus’s parable of the good Samaritan illustrates so perfectly His request of us to love and without judgment. We are to love ALL people, in thought and in action.
We must allow His atonement to be applied to us and not just believe in its effectiveness for other people, but to really believe we personally can be cleansed, sanctified, and empowered by it.
Peter actually did walk on water. There were twelve disciples in the boat and only one had the courage and the faith to step out.
The parable of the Sower is one of my favorites! The seed that fell into good ground brought forth fruit.