A collection of BYU devotionals that testify of the divinity and necessity of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Who is Christ? He is Our Savior and Redeemer. Tune in to learn of His life and strengthen your personal relationship with Him.
“In the World Ye Shall Have Tribulation: But Be of Good Cheer; I Have Overcome the World” | Camille Fronk, Apr 2004
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.
The Healing Power of Christ | J. Richard Clark, Mar 1984
We all sin, but we don't have to live with those burdens forever. Through repentance, we can be made clean through the Atonement of Jesus Christ.
Moral Agency | D. Todd Christofferson, Jan 2006
By using our God-given moral agency in the way that Jesus Christ exemplified, we don't become God's puppets—we become like Him.
The Inexhaustible Gospel | Neal A. Maxwell, Aug 1992
The gospel is inexhaustible because there is not only so much for us to know, but there is also so much for us to become.
Embrace the Plan | Kim B. Clark, Mar 2018
Kim B. Clark teaches that as we embrace the plan God has for each one of us, we will find the power to overcome our personal crucibles.
Joseph Smith: A Revealer of Christ | Bruce R. McConkie, Sep 1978
Joseph Smith's most important contribution as a revealer and the Prophet of the Restoration is his testimony of the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Not the true Jesus!
It is not my intention to spam or be rude so I’m giving three stars and not just one, but I just can’t help but point out that this podcast is teaching a version of Jesus that is contrary to the Biblical one in many ways. To get to know the true Jesus I encourage you to read the historical Gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Also for questions on who Jesus is, GotQuestions.org is a really helpful and Biblical resource. I wish everybody reading this all the best.