I had a hard time deciding what to discuss this week because there were so many awesome scriptures that we read.
I finally chose Alma 7 because I love something I found in my scriptures about this.
In Alma 7:12 it says “he will take upon him their infirmities…that he may know according to the flesh how to succor his people according to their infirmities.”
If you are like me, I always thought that succor meant to comfort. The dictionary says it is “assistance and support in times of hardship and distress.” I had a note in my scriptures with this statement by Elder Holland which gives the word succor a much deeper meaning:
“Succor is used often in the scriptures to describe Christ’s care for and attention to us. It means literally ‘to run to.’ What a magnificent way to describe the Savior’s urgent effort in our behalf. Even as he calls us to come to him and follow him, he is unfailingly running to help us.” 
Imagine that; the Savior is literally running to help us. Take a minute and actually picture that in your mind. I imagine him running to me and when he reaches me, he embraces me in a huge hug. That is absolutely a “magnificent” thought! Not only did Jesus Christ suffer all the pains and agonies of our lives, so that he could know how to succor us, but he is literally running to us to do it.
He has given us the means whereby we can receive support, comfort and understanding, and to be redeemed so that we may return to him.
Are we accepting his amazing gift with open arms?