There are 14 thoughts on “Three Streams of Gratitude for Jesus”.

  1. Dear Mitt,
    I reached this website on Facebook. I have never known a man that so many people want to be friends with; including myself. I understand your wanting to retire from public service. I’m happy for your decision. It wasn’t easy for you to withdraw from wanting to run for President the third time. But when I saw the relieved and radiant look on Ann’s face as you made that announcement I was happy for you both. As you might have gathered, I have followed you closely for the past couple of years. When Ann made the comment about how she loved you to the moon and back I thought of my wife, Julie. We love each other the same way. There were times when I bounced off the moon and back but I’ve never come back incomplete. Please keep a bounce in your step, a smile on your face and a song in your heart. God bless you.
    I’m still keeping the bumper sticker on my truck. I’m a stubborn man. Charlie.

  2. I, too, am in my autumn years and the resurrection and eternal life are more real to me. I receive great comfort in my testimony of the Savior, knowing that no matter what happens as my body ages, he will be my side and I will feel of his strength and love.

  3. I hope that others realize the good man that Mitt Romney is…. He is a man of faith… loves America and the people ……
    God bless you and your family…. such good inspirational writing …

  4. Dear Mr. Romney,
    I was fortunate to hear you speak during my husband’s BYU graduation in 1971. Your thoughts were very impressive then and continue to inspire me today. Your testimony of our Savior captures the very foundation of my faith. Thank you for sharing.

  5. I have always admired Mitt Romney, his family, his obvious testimony, his gentleman-like behavior, the courtesy he shows to others and the way he treats his wife. I wish he was our president. He has conservative and sometimes more moderate views than some conservatives want, but he would have been a wonderful man to lead our nation.

  6. The core concept of early Christianity was the resurrection of Jesus. Mitt Romney’s article captures the essence of what the resurrection means. Excellent!

  7. The stages of faith that we go through… not all of them are rosy, some let go of the iron rod, but some find the iron rod yet again. Romney’s trajectory has always been very admirable.

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