Once Ammon had made it clear that his exultation was actually a psalm of praise to the Lord, he had no compunction about continuing. So far he had covered three great blessings which had been showered upon them by the Lord. First, there was the joy of seeing literally thousands of their Lamanite brethren rising from the pit of darkness where their people had been for several centuries and basking now in the radiant light of the gospel.
Secondly, they had arrived among the Lamanites when the time was just right for a great conversion harvest. They had thrust in their sickle with their mind and the consequences had been phenomenal. Third, it made Ammon shudder to think how different things would be if they had not followed the prompting of the Spirit and gained their father's approval to plunge into the proselyting of the Lamanites. Ammon finished all of this part of his thanks to God for all his blessings by saying, "I cannot say the smallest part of what I feel."