The Savior said of those at Jerusalem how oft he would have gathered them as a hen gathereth her chickens, and they would not. (Matthew 23:37, Luke 13:34). How saddened he was that people had not come to him.
Similarly, he longs for us to come unto him, and to feel of his love for us. As we do, he lovingly heals our pains, comforts our hearts, and soothes our souls. Come unto him and drink of the "living water" that he offers us, that we may never thirst again. (John 4:11, John 7:38, more)
He is the Wonderful Counsellor spoken of by Isaiah, he who was bruised for our iniquities, and who with his stripes we are healed (Isaiah 53, Mosiah 14, Isaiah 9:6). He pleads with each of us to come unto him and find rest (Matthew 11:29).
May we ever do that, and find respite from our trials, and find rest from our troubles and the problems of the world. May we always come to him to have him help us in all things, to be able to feel of the spirit near, and so that finally, we may return to live with him again.
"I testify that Jesus Christ, born in Bethlehem, was and is the Only Begotten of the Father, the Lamb of God. He chose from before the foundations of the earth to be your Savior, my Savior, and the Savior of all we will ever know or meet."—Henry B. Eyring, "Always", Ensign, Liahona, October 1999 https://www.lds.org/ensign/1999/10/always
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Picture is O Jerusalem by Greg Olsen.