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Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The laughter of the world is merely loneliness pathetically trying to reassure itself.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Those of little faith mistake local cloud cover for general darkness. Keeping spiritually intact results in our keeping precious perspective by seeing “things as they really are.””
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “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?”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The enlarging of the soul requires not only some remodeling, but some excavating.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “When in situations of stress we wonder if there is any more in us to give, we can be comforted to know that God, who knows our capacity perfectly, placed us here to succeed.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The acceptance of the reality that we are in the Lord’s loving hands is only a recognition that we have never really been anywhere else.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Personal, spiritual symmetry emerges only from the shaping of prolonged obedience. Twigs are bent, not snapped into shape.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Pure religion is having the courage to do what is right and let the consequence follow.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Satan delights to have us put ourselves down. Self-contempt is of Satan. There is no such thing in heaven.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The hardest work you and I will ever do is to put off our selfishness. It is heavy lifting!”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Within what is allotted to us, we can have spiritual contentment.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “We can be walking witnesses and standing sermons to which objective onlookers can say a quiet amen.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The true Christian is a communicator.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Conscience warns us not to sink our cleats too deeply in mortal turf, which is so dangerously artificial.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “If we entertain temptations, soon they begin entertaining us!”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Of all the errors one could make, God’s gospel plan is the wrong thing to be wrong about.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The gross size of our talent inventories is less important than the net use of our talents?”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Our goals should stretch us bit by bit. So often when we think we have encountered a ceiling, it is really a psychological or experiential barrier that we have built ourselves. We built it and we can remove it.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Clearly, when we baptize, our eyes should gaze beyond the baptismal font to the holy temple. The great garner into which the sheaves should be gathered is the holy temple.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Daily hope is vital, since the ‘Winter Quarters’ of our lives are not immediately adjacent to our promised land either. An arduous trek still awaits, but hope spurs weary disciples on.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “He did not let yesterday hold tomorrow hostage. There was a willingness on his part to forget. Forgetting facilitates the generosity that springs from Christlike charity.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “We are so busy constantly checking our own temperatures, we fail to notice the burning fevers of others.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Spent time-like a spent bullet-tells us much about its “processor.” for we see not only the residual slug, but indicators of how spent time is grooved by a man’s soul, a reliable indicator of what a man is like.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Obviously, family values mirror our personal priorities. Given the gravity of current conditions, would parents be willing to give up just one outside thing, giving that time and talent instead to the family.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Ironically, brothers and sisters, the natural man who is so very selfish in so many ordinary ways is strangely unselfish in that he reaches for too few of the things that bring real joy. He settles for a mess of pottage instead of eternal joy.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “There are certain mortal moments and minutes that matter. Certain hingepoints in the history of each human. Some seconds are so decisive they shrink the soul, while others are spent, so as to stretch the soul.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Trying to observe the slow shift from self-centeredness to empathy is like trying to watch grass grow.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “I thank the Father that His Only Begotten Son did not say in defiant protest at Calvary, “My body is my own!” I stand in admiration of women today who resist the “fashion of abortion, by refusing to make the sacred womb a tomb!””
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The imperfections of others never release us from the need to work on our own shortcomings.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Why is it that for many persons changing others is so exciting and so relevant, while changing oneself is so boring and irrelevant?”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “A new calling can beckon us away from comfortable routine and from competencies already acquired.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Good homes are still the best source of good humans.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “One day the faithful will have it all!”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Ultimate hope and daily grumpiness are not reconcilable.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “God will facilitate, but He will not force.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Without making a fetish of goal setting, and without letting “lists” of tasks we desire to do dominate us, some recording of goals is wise not only for the self-reminder these constitute, but also for the satisfaction of crossing things off.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Therefore, as we strive to become as the Father is and as Jesus is, we are to become more gracious and merciful, more kind and considerate. Even more, we are to do this in a world which does little to encourage such qualities of character.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Most of our suffering comes from sin and stupidity; it is, nevertheless, very real, and growth can occur with real repentance. But the highest source of suffering appears to be reserved for the innocent who undergo divine tutorial training.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “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.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The flame of family can warm us and at the same time be a perpetual pilot light to rekindle us.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “If we are not serving Jesus, and if he is not in our thoughts and hearts, then the things of the world will draw us instead to them! Moreover, the things of the world need not be sinister in order to be diverting and consuming.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Listening is one of the forms of love.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “When at length we tire of putting people down, this self-inflicted fatigue can give way to the invigorating calisthenics of lifting people up.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “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!”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “As we come closer to Him, we not only “stand all amazed”-we even kneel all amazed!”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Patience is a willingness, in a sense, to watch the unfolding purposes of God with a sense of wonder and awe, rather than pacing up and down within the cell of our circumstance.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “Men and Women of Christ magnify their callings without magnifying themselves.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “We, more than others, should carry jumper and tow cables not only in our cars, but also in our hearts, by which means we can send the needed boost or charge of encouragement or the added momentum to mortal neighbors.”
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “One simply cannot come to a cause like the kingdom of God, with its celestial concepts, and not appreciate and identify with what Ammon said: “Behold, I say unto you, I cannot say the smallest part which I feel.””
Neal A. Maxwell Quote: “The issue for us is trusting God enough to trust also His timing. If we can truly believe He has our welfare at heart, may we not let His plans unfold as He thinks best? The same is true with the second coming and with all those matters wherein our faith needs to include faith in the Lord’s timing for us personally, not just in His overall plans and purposes.”
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