Come, Follow Me: The Atonement of Jesus Christ

“Come, Follow Me: The Atonement of Jesus Christ,” New Era, March 2016, 44

Come, Follow Me

The Atonement of Jesus Christ

We’re imperfect, and so are the circumstances of our lives. We all experience guilt, loss, pain, inadequacy, and more. But we also all have hope for forgiveness, strength, and salvation through the Atonement of Jesus Christ.

As you study and discuss this topic at home and in church, you may ponder these questions:

• How does the Savior’s Atonement affect me from day to day?

• What feelings do I have when I think of the Savior’s sacrifice?

For some thoughts related to these questions, read the scriptures listed in the Topical Guide under “Jesus Christ, Atonement through” and “Grace.” You’ll also find teachings on the Savior’s Atonement in October 2015 general conference talks at, such as “Strengthened by the Atonement of Jesus Christ” by Elder Dallin H. Oaks (go to

New Era Magazine, 2016/03 Mar
New Era Magazine, 2016/03 Mar

Christ is always near, waiting and willing to help us when we pray for help and are willing to repent and come unto Him.

Elder M. Russell Ballard

Quorum of the Twelve ApostlesOctober

2015 general conference

New Era Magazine, 2016/03 Mar
New Era Magazine, 2016/03 Mar

No matter what losses, wounds, and rejection we have suffered, His grace and healing are mightier than all. Truly, yoked to the Savior, we can say with confidence, “It will all work out.”

Sister Neill F. Marriott

Second counselor in the Young Women general presidency

October 2015 general conference