quotes tagged with 'atonement'

Satan has been successful in diverting much of the Christian world's attention from the one doctrine that can save us, the Atonement of Jesus Christ, to the ancillary doctrines that have meaning only because they draw their sustenance from this redeeming event. Like a skilled magician, Satan's every move is to divert our attention and dilute our focus from the primary object at hand, namely Christ's atoning sacrifice, in hopes we will turn exclusively to doctrines of secondary and far lesser import.

Author: Tad R. Callister, Source: The Infinite AtonementSaved by amberb in satan atonement distraction 4 years ago[save this] [permalink]

The LDS Bible Dictionary defines the gospel as "good news" and then adds, "The good news is that Jesus Christ has made a perfect atonement."

Author: Tad R. Callister, Source: The Infinite AtonementSaved by amberb in gospel atonement 4 years ago[save this] [permalink]

The Atonemnt gives purpose and potency to every event in history.

Author: Tad R. Callister, Source: The Infinite AtonementSaved by amberb in atonement 4 years ago[save this] [permalink]

"Christmas is a time for remembering the Son of God and renewing our determination to take upon us His name. It is a time to reassess our lives and examine our thoughts, feelings, and actions. Let this be a time of remembrance, of gratitude, and a time of forgiveness. Let it be a time to ponder the Atonement of Jesus Christ and its meaning for each of us personally. Let it especially be a time of renewal and recommitment to live by the word of God and to obey His commandments. By doing this, we honor Him far more than we ever could with lights, gifts, or parties."

Author: Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Source: "Seeing Christmas through New Eyes,", December 5, 2010Saved by ragogoni in jesuschrist gratitude determination forgiveness christmas atonement ponder remembrance renewal renewing recommitment 9 years ago[save this] [permalink]

When we strive to keep the commandments of God, repenting of our sins and promising our best efforts to follow the Savior, we begin to grow in confidence that through the Atonement everything will be all right.

Author: Wilford W. Andersen, Source: “The Rock of Our Redeemer,” Ensign, May 2010, 17Saved by davejames99 in repentance obey atonement 9 years ago[save this] [permalink]

“His Atonement is—without an end.  It was also infinite in that all humankind would be saved from never-ending death (see 2 Ne 9:7; 25:16; Alma 34:10,12,14).  It was infinite in terms of His immense suffering.  It was infinite in time, putting an end to the preceding prototype of animal sacrifice.  It was infinite in scope—it was to be done once for all (see Heb 10:10).  And the mercy of the Atonement extends not only to an infinite number of people, but also to an infinite number of worlds created by Him (see DC 76:24; Moses 1:33).  It was infinite beyond any human scale of measurement or mortal comprehension.  Jesus was the only one who could offer such an infinite atonement, since He was born of a mortal mother and an immortal Father.  Because of that unique birthright, Jesus was an infinite Being.”

Author: Russell M. Nelson, Source: Ensign, November 1996 p. 35Saved by oldrunner in christ atonement infinite 9 years ago[save this] [permalink]

"Each of us will taste the bitter ashes of life, from sin and neglect to sorrow and disappointment. But the atonement of Christ can lift us up in beauty from our ashes on the wings of a sure promise of immortality and eternal life. He will thus lift us up, not only at the end of life, but in each day of our lives."

Author: Bruce C. Hafen, Source: Beauty for Ashes: The Atonement of Jesus Christ, Liahona, Apr. 1997, 39Saved by ragogoni in christ sin atonement immortality eternallife disappointment 9 years ago[save this] [permalink]

Since the Savior has suffered anything and everything that we could ever feel or experience, He can help the weak to become stronger. He has personally experienced all of it. He understands our pain and will walk with us even in our darkest hours.....

The overwhelming message of the Atonement is the perfect love the Savior has for each and all of us. It is a love which is full of mercy, patience, grace, equity, long-suffering, and, above all, forgiving.

Author: James E. Faust, Source: “The Atonement: Our Greatest Hope,” Liahona, Jan 2002, 19–22Saved by davejames99 in christ adversity love atonement 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

I feel that [the Savior] will give that punishment which is the very least that our transgression will justify. I believe that he will bring into his justice all of the infinite love and blessing and mercy and kindness and understanding which he has. …

And on the other hand, I believe that when it comes to making the rewards for our good conduct, he will give us the maximum that it is possible to give, having in mind the offense which we have committed.

Author: J. Reuben Clark Jr., Source: “As Ye Sow … ,” Brigham Young University Speeches of the Year (3 May 1955), 7Saved by davejames99 in christ atonement mercy justice 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

My reason for wanting to learn all I can about the Atonement is partly selfish: Our salvation depends on believing in and accepting the Atonement. Such acceptance requires a continual effort to understand it more fully. The Atonement advances our mortal course of learning by making it possible for our natures to become perfect.  All of us have sinned and need to repent to fully pay our part of the debt. When we sincerely repent, the Savior’s magnificent Atonement pays the rest of that debt.....

Any increase in our understanding of His atoning sacrifice draws us closer to Him.

Author: James E. Faust, Source: “The Atonement: Our Greatest Hope,” Liahona, Jan 2002, 19–22Saved by davejames99 in christ atonement 10 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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