What comes first? Why?
How can "all these things" then "be added unto you?" What are "these things?" Is it the food, raiment, etc.?
Why would the Lord want the disciples to first seek the kingdom of God before promising that the things would be "added unto" them?
If they don't first seek the kingdom, then will things not be added to them?
What is "the kingdom of God?" Is there a difference between:
-The Church of Jesus Christ
-The Kingdom of God
What is the "kingdom of God" if it is not the church? When is the "kingdom" to be found? What is necessary for it to exist? Joseph Smith taught: "What constitutes the Kingdom of God? an administrator who has the power of calling down the oracles of God, and subjects to receive those oracles no matter if there is but 3, 4, or 6 there is the kingdom of God." (William Clayton Journal entry January 22, 1843, capitalization as in original.) If we accept Joseph's definition, why would the disciples be encouraged to "seek the kingdom of God?"
What does the clarification that the "kingdom of God" should be sought first tell us about everything else?
Has the "kingdom of God" been here before now? Is it here now? What does it mean to call down the oracles of God?
Does man control this or does God?
What is man's role in establishing the "kingdom of God?" Is man's role confined to "seeking first" for it to come? How would man seek it?
If you want to "seek the kingdom of God" how would you go about doing so?
What does your "seeking" have to do with the return of the "kingdom of God?"
The Lord will not bring again Zion without there being a people who are prepared to receive what He intends to bring. How can you do that?