The Book of Mormon tells us that when Christ appeared in the Americas after His Resurrection, He interacted with the people one by one. Using scriptures, personal experiences, and illuminating stories collected from others, Hank Smith teaches that not only does the Savior minister to us one by one, but He also knows us individually. Hank says that often the evidence of His love is found in tender mercies—"very personal and individualized blessings from the Lord," as Elder David A. Bednar calls them—that we experience as we go through life. Comparing tender mercies to cairns along a trail, Hank says that they might not necessarily make the trail easier, but they give us a little bit of reassurance that we're on the right track. He teaches that as we learn to watch for the signs, we will see unmistakable evidence that our "one-by-one Savior" knows us and wants to bless us on our journey. Hank says, "The Atonement of Jesus Christ was a personal, intimate experience. He knows you. More than that, He knows how to help you if you come to Him in faith."