When Jesus comes again in rem
inding red attire, there will b e a spectacular solar display and stars will fall from their places in the heavens. What wil l then be evoked will not be an exclamation over the solar di splay. Rather, from human lips praise will flow for Jesus' loving-kindness, for His perfect goodness. Then, the scriptures a ssure us and tell us how long w e will go on praising Jesus fo r that Atonement: "forever and ever." (Mosiah 2:24; D&C 128: 23.) The one thing He will men tion when He comes again in maj esty and power will have nothin g to do with how He suffered in the scourging, nothing to do with the vinegar and gall or an y of those things. Instead, His voice will be heard to say, " I have trodden the winepress al one, and none was with me" ( Isa. 63:3). Incredible alonene ss lay at the heart of the Grea t Atonement, and Jesus endured it, because He let His will be swallowed up in the will of th e Father.
Neal A. Maxwell (emphasis added)