Doing the duty least enjoyed may be the one most needed

“. . .¬† the duty least enjoyed by us, like the doctrine least understood, may be the one we need the most. ¬†Furthermore, our reminders to do these specific duties are often a call to an unkept rendezvous, to an experience we would not want to miss. The true believer understands this; he does his duties even though they are seemingly repetitious, but he is never surprised if duty develops into a new adventure.”¬†

Neal A. Maxwell, “True Believers In Christ,” BYU Devotional, 7 October 1980.