What does "whatsoever ye shall ask" include? If you think Christ is inviting you to turn the Father into a short-order cook, jumping to your will, you do not understand this process. However, this is how some people view prayer. It is a list of wants, desires and aspirations to be imposed on the Father.
What does the limitation "which is right" do to modify "whatsoever ye shall ask?"
What does the phrase "whatsoever ye shall ask, which is right" mean?
Throughout, the Lord is leading those who will follow into a condition of unity with the Father and the Son. The goal has always been the same. The teachings have always been the same. The Lord's great Intercessory Prayer taught the same concept. (John 17: 1-26.) The ability to be "one" with them is not accomplished by men persuading God to follow man's will. It is accomplished in the same manner as Christ accomplished it. That is, by conforming to the will of the Father even when it is painful, or terribly burdensome. (See, e.g. D&C 19: 18-19; 3 Nephi 11: 11.)