Jesus is the Word because He (1) fulfilled the instructions of His father, (2) taught us how to return to God, (3) fulfilled the words of ancient prophets, and (4) gives us instructions which we can put into action.
Every time we say the name “Jesus,” we are not only identifying Him; we are also affirming that God loves us and is willing to save us. The promise is embedded in the name.
Christ earned "rights of mercy" by enduring unimaginable suffering on our behalf. He may be physically distant from us, but He is aware of us and is pleading our cause.
The word "mediation" descends from the Latin word mediare, which means "to be in the middle." A mediator stands with the people they are serving and engages with them personally.
The Savior paid the price for us to overcome our impurities and return to the presence of the Father. But that doesn't mean that the process of accepting His gift will be easy or painless.
Some messages are written, some are spoken, and some are delivered by actions. The atonement of Jesus Christ communicates God's love for us and His commitment to our eternal happiness.
The atonement of Jesus Christ was a real victory. Even though He was the omnipotent God, He was subject to the same weaknesses we experience as mortals.
Jesus sets an example for us to follow and reveals truths which we cannot learn alone (light). He has also enabled us to overcome physical and spiritual death (life).
Jesus Christ is the perfect leader. He gives good advice, He is powerful, and He brings peace and happiness to those He leads.