Salt Lake City, Utah—”You were the chosen one! You were supposed to renovate the temples, not destroy them!” yelled a disgruntled church member at the doors of the church administration building.

President Nelson stuck his head out of his office window to reply: “I have brought progress, diversity, and innovation to my new Church!”

“Your new church?!” questioned the man, astounded.

“You turned the members against me!” screamed the prophet.

“You have done that yourself.” the man answered. He continued, “President Nelson, destroying pioneer monuments is evil!”

The prophet responded, “From my point of view the murals are evil!”

“Well, then, you are lost!” the man lamented, “I will do what I must.”

“You will try,” the church president sneered.

The man then made a frantic dash for temple square, jumped the construction zone fence and kicked in the front doors of the temple only to find an empty building with no murals, no rooms, no walls—the demolition had been completed long ago.

A bone-chilling cackle arouse from behind the bewildered church member. He turned slowly to find President Nelson standing behind him cloaked in a black hooded robe. Pleased with his unbridled decision making ability, the 17th church president cried in a loud voice:

“Power! Unlimited power!!!”