In a talk with his bishop, a man kept dwelling on his shortcomings. He finally said, "Look, I'm just not celestial material." The bishop responded, "The problem is not your shortcomings. All of us have them. The problem is, you believe in Christ; you just don't believe Christ. He says he can make you celestial material, and you say, 'No, he can't.'"
In Believing Christ, Stephen E. Robinson discusses the marvelous news of the gospel: what Jesus Christ has done for us. Using examples from people's lives and modern-day analogies and parables to illustrate scriptural principles, he explains the doctrines of Atonement, grace, justification, salvation, and perfection so clearly and understandably one need never be confused by them again.