Neal A. Maxwell
Latter-Day Saints leader
Neal Ash Maxwell was an American scholar, educator, and religious leader who served as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1981 until his death.
Neal A. Maxwell Quotes
Discouragement is not the absence of adequacy but the absence of courage.
The strait and narrow path, though clearly marked, is a path, not a freeway nor an escalator. Indeed, there are times when the only way the strait and narrow path can be followed is on one's knees! And we are to help each other along the path.
Those who turn against the Church do so to play to their own private gallery, but when, one day, the applause has died down and the cheering has stopped, they will face a smaller audience, the judgment bar of God.
If we spent as much time lifting our children as we do criticizing them, how effectively we could help them to see themselves in a more positive light!
If another person only had in his storehouse of deserved self-esteem what you had put there, what would he have to draw upon and to sustain him?
If you have not chosen the kingdom of God first, it will in the end make no difference what you have chosen instead.
When at length we tire of putting people down, this self-inflicted fatigue can give way to the invigorating calisthenics of lifting people up.
It is not the years but the changes that make us grow.
For the faithful, our finest hours are sometimes during or just following our darkest hours.
We should not assume; however, that just because something is unexplainable by us, it is unexplainable.
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