How does it bring you comfort to know that, no matter what experiences you may endure in life, you are always in the Savior’s hands?
32 And the Lord said unto Enoch: Go forth and do as I have commanded thee, and no man shall pierce thee. Open thy mouth, and it shall be filled, and I will give thee utterance, for all flesh is in my hands, and I will do as seemeth me good.
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For the faithful, what finally emerges is an understanding of “things as they really are,” such as the reassuring realization that we are in the Lord’s hands! But, brothers and sisters, we were never really anywhere else!…
“Know ye not that ye are in the hands of God?” Likewise, “all flesh” and “the heavens and the earth!” Perhaps the realization of being in God’s hands comes fully only as we ponder the significance of the prints in the hands of our submissive Savior. …
The more we study, pray, and ponder the awesome Atonement, the more we are willing to acknowledge that we are in His and the Father’s hands. …
While bearing our sins, our infirmities, our sicknesses, and bringing to pass the Atonement, Jesus became the perfect Shepherd, making these lines of Paul’s especially relevant and reassuring: “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?”
Indeed, we are in His hands, and what hallowed hands!
Elder Neal A. Maxwell
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