1. Great talk! Do you suppose that a group of Zion-minded Saints could start preparing themselves to live in the New Jerusalem society by launching a Zion(-like) community under the many-good-things-of-their-own-free-will-and-choice principle?

  2. Great talk! If we can thank the Lord in the good times,what about in times of adversity? The Lord teaches us in sacred places adversity is a part of mortality.
    We should indeed be thankful for the restoration and modern prophets,we can be thankful for all our
    trials and tribulations,as well as the good times with family and friends at this time of year.

  3. Claire

    Thank you for sharing your talk and the wonderful ideas and quotations included. A comment: I fully understand the principle of being grateful for all things, even the adversity in our life. However, having had a son who took his own life, I can think of no way I can be grateful for that horrendous experience of losing one’s child to suicide. Yes, in the aftermath I have had spiritual manifestations which have strengthened me. But I feel I would still be spiritually strong without that particular tragedy. Dramatic or extreme adversity is a law unto itself, I think.
    I recently found your website. Thank you very much for the work you are doing here.

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