The little-known story of David and Abigail in the Old Testament teaches "The Power of the Atonement to Heal Us From the Damage Done by Others"
HOW CAN I USE COMPARISONS TO TEACH OTHERS ABOUT THE ATONEMENT OF JESUS CHRIST?
The Parable of the Good Samaritan was understood by early Christians to be highly symbolic of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.
HOW CAN I USE THE WORDS OF LIVING PROPHETS AND APOSTLES TO STRENGTHEN MY FAITH IN THE ATONEMENT OF JESUS CHRIST?
The Church has made awesome little handouts of the three principles of the Atonement outlined in Linda K. Burton's conference talk, which you can allegedly access online at lds.org/go/33C. (They are also on p. 32 of the March New Era.) My computer, unfortunately, was completely baffled by the format, so I made my own, which you can copy and print if you have the same problem. (Just right-click and choose "Save.") In conjunction with these principles, I highly recommend Bruce C. Hafen's article in the April 1990 Ensign, "Beauty for Ashes."