Elder Neal A. Maxwell explains why meekness — underrated and seldom practiced — is a virtue absolutely necessary for developing a Christlike life. He shows why this attribute is necessary for eternal life and how it brings strength. An outstanding book for anyone in a leadership position.
Elder Neal A. Maxwell, who previously served as executive vice president at the University of Utah and as Commissioner of Education for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was sustained as an Assistant to the Twelve in 1974 and called to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in 1981. A well-beloved speaker and author, he wrote more than twenty-five books, including Whom the Lord Loveth, The Promise of Discipleship, One More Strain of Praise, If Thou Endure it Well, and Not My Will, but Thine. He and his wife, Colleen Hinckley Maxwell, have four children and twenty-four grandchildren. Elder Maxwell passed away July 21, 2004.