“[Christ] atoned for [my] sins and also took upon Him [my] illnesses and afflictions” – Carlos H. Amado

 

After that, in the most sublime show of His love for humankind, and in the full exercise of His will, He walked bravely and determinedly to face His most demanding trial. In the Garden of Gethsemane, in utter loneliness, He suffered the most intense agony, bleeding from each pore. In total submission before His Father, He atoned for our sins and also took upon Him our illnesses and afflictions in order to know how to succor us (see Alma 7:11–13).

Elder Carlos H. Amado

Elder Carlos H. Amado

[GARD align=”center”]

Leave a comment via Facebook:

1 comment for “Elder Carlos H. Amado – April 2014 General Conference