". . . a child (is) submissive, meek, humble, patient, full of love, willing to submit to all things which the Lord seeth fit to inflict upon him. . . ." Mosiah 3:19
"For some (to become like a child) will not be easy to understand or accept," said Elder Henry B. Eyring in the April 2006 general conference. "Most of us want to be strong. We may well see being like a child as being weak. . . .
"But King Benjamin, who understood as well as any mortal what it meant to be a man of strength and courage, makes it clear that to be like a child is not be childish.
"It is to be like the Savior, who prayed to His Father for strength to be able to do His will and then did it."