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N. Eldon Tanner: Religious Freedom

Called Unto Liberty, 20th Century Sermons, N. Eldon Tanner

Many times have I expressed my gratitude to my Heavenly Father that my forefathers had such a belief in God and such a determination to worship and serve him according to the dictates of their own conscience and without restrictions that they were prepared to give up everything they had and leave their native land and come with the Pilgrims in the Mayflower to this great land where they could enjoy that freedom of worship. Though they suffered many hardships, the rigors of cold and starvation and influenza from which more than half of them lost their lives, the survivors thanked God for the privilege of religious freedom, which to them was sufficient reward for all the untold suffering through which they had come.

Let us never forget that these freedoms which we enjoy, the blessings and comforts and ideals which are ours, as well as the progress which has been made in every field of endeavor, have been gained by the sacrifice, the pain, tears, and agony of some souls who had every reason to be discouraged but who had faith in God and fought on to victory.

Source: N. Eldon Tanner, “Threat of Moral Decay, Conference Report, April 1965, pp. 18-22. Nathan Eldon Tanner was a member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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The Moral Liberal recommends Ezra Taft Benson’s: The Constitution: A Heavenly Banner