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 Page 2
We must endure the contempt of others without reciprocating that contempt.
The harrowing of the soul can be like the harrowing of the soil; to increase the yield, things are turned upside down.
Letting off steam always produces more heat than light.
I thank the Savior personally; for bearing all which I added to His hemorrhaging at every pore for all humanity in Gethsemane. I thank Him for bearing what I added to the decibels of His piercing soul cry atop Calvary.
We can't dwell upon another's ingratitude without using up our time and talents unprofitably.
In racing marathons, one does not see the dropouts make fun of those who continue; failed runners actually cheer on those who continue the race, wishing they were still in it. Not so with the marathon of discipleship in which some dropouts then make fun of the spiritual enterprise of which they were so recently a part!
Of all the errors one could make, God's gospel plan is the wrong thing to be wrong about.
Some find it easier to bend their knees than their minds. Exciting exploration is preferred to plodding implementation; speculation seems more fun than consecration, and so is trying to soften the hard doctrines instead of submitting to them. Worse still, by not obeying, these ... lack real knowing. Lacking real knowing, they cannot defend their faith and may become critics instead of defenders!
When our minds really catch hold of the significance of Jesus' atonement, the world's hold on us loosens.
The dues of discipleship are high indeed, and how much we can take so often determines how much we can then give.
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