“[An important] dimension of a broken heart [is] our deep gratitude for Christ’s suffering on our behalf. In Gethsemane, the Savior ‘descended below all things’ (D&C 88:6) as He bore the burden of sin for every human being. At Golgotha, He ‘poured out his soul unto death’ (Isaiah 53:12), and His great heart literally broke with an all encompassing love for the children of God. When we remember the Savior and His suffering, our hearts too will break in gratitude for the Anointed One.
“As we make the sacrifice to Him of all that we have and all that we are, the Lord will fill our hearts with peace. He will ‘bind up the brokenhearted’ (Isaiah 61:1) and grace our lives with the love of God, ‘sweet above all that is sweet, . . . and pure above all that is pure’ (Alma 32:42).”