The Role Of Jesus In The Book Of Mormon

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Jesus is the Son of God and our redeemer
I will be touching on the most important doctrine in the Book of Mormon that Jesus Christ is the Savoir of mankind and is my own personal Savior. The whole goal of the book is bringing all unto Christ. The Book of Mormon is another witness of Jesus Christ and confirms the truths found in the Holy Bible. In its more than 6,000 verses, the Book of Mormon refers to Jesus Christ 4,000 times. It is clearly stated in it that it this was written to teach of and bring all to Christ. I have always been taught that Christ is my Savior. Jesus is my example of the type of person and priesthood holder I want to become. In a talk given by Susan Ward Easton she says
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He is the Savior a redeemer of this world and all the rest of our Father’s creation. One of the great truths restored in our day is that we are literally spirit sons and daughters of God. In scriptures brought to light by the Prophet Joseph Smith, we read these words of our Heavenly Father: “I made the world, and men before they were in the flesh” (Moses 6:51; see also Moses 3:5). Our Father created a way for us his children to return to Him the Great plan of happiness. But He being all knowing knew we would stumble and fall and commit sin that we would need a savior to redeem even the best of us. I know that I am not perfect and need the cleansing power of the Lords atonement in my life daily as I make mistakes. We know that He loved us more than His own life and he continues to loves us still today. He Knows us by name and wants the best for us in this life and in the life to come. He wants us all to return to live with Him and our H Heavenly Father in paradise. Atonement is the sacrifice Jesus Christ made to help us overcome sin, adversity, and death. Jesus’s atoning sacrifice took place in the Garden of Gethsemane and on the cross at Calvary. He paid the price for our sins, took upon Himself death, and was

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