(May 8, 2015)
I think there is a lesson to be learned from the woman who touched Christ’s robes. I think that we often look to the Savior to solve our problems for us, and that is certainly understandable. After all, we lack the capacity to solve even our most simple problems ourselves.
But often, as with this woman, we do not need Christ to turn His attention to us. Instead, the very act of straining ourselves to come to Christ empowers us to partake of a portion of His virtue. Our problems are solved by the very act of our efforts to come to Christ.