The Lord communicates with the meek and submissive (Maxwell)

As the Lord communicates with the meek and submissive, fewer decibels are required, and more nuances are received. Even the most meek, like Moses (see Num. 12:3), learn overwhelming things they “never had supposed.” (Moses 1:10.) But it is only the meek mind which can be so shown and so stretched—not those, as Isaiah wrote, who “are wise in their own eyes.” (Isaiah 5:21; see also 2 Nephi 9:29 and 2 Nephi 15:21.) 

Elder Neal A. Maxwell (1985 April General Conference)

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