Before the Savior raised Lazarus from the dead he said "I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:" (John 11:25 https://www.lds.org/scriptures/nt/john/11.25)
He here states his power over death and hell, is declaring his impending victory over sin and death, and a fitting declaration before he raises Lazarus.
We will all live again, and will have the chance to return to the presence of our Father in Heaven, if we will but turn to the Savior, he who is our Redeemer, our Advocate with the Father, and in whom is power over all things through love. May we ever come and follow him.
Jesus Christ loves each of us with a love we cannot comprehend, but can feel. The same power that moves the heavens and the earth is the same power that has the ability to touch our hearts and help us be comforted through the spirit. It lifts and enlivens and strengthens us as we believe in him, and live, both in the spirit, and physically again.
God is with us, more than we know, and he will help us in every way to return back to him with our families, and live forever. In the gift of his son he placed all power to accomplish that if we turn to him.
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This picture is by Brent Borup, and is called The Resurrection and the Life. It is available at http://www.brentborupstudio.com/resurrectionandl.html