The healing power of the Lord Jesus Christ … is available for every affliction in mortality.
I had participated in various recovery programs. I had tried quitting for myself and for my family. Those things all worked for a little while, but I always slipped. This verse in Alma offered me hope in Jesus Christ—hope that even if I didn’t have the power to change myself (and I knew I didn’t), He could change me.
You must trust that the Savior has given His life so that you can make the required changes in your life, changes that will bring peace.
The Savior can heal wounded hearts, misunderstanding, and hatred if we look to His word and His Atonement.
As we sail through the rocky shoals of life, each of us benefits from the guidance of faithful members to help us make our way back to our heavenly home.
A stronger personal faith in Jesus Christ will prepare [your children] for the challenges they will most surely face.
Those who diligently seek to learn of Christ eventually will come to know Him.
“Surely he has borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows” (Mosiah 14:4).
“There is no other name given whereby salvation cometh; therefore, I would that ye should take upon you the name of Christ” (Mosiah 5:8).
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