Humble, Humility See also Broken Heart; Meek, Meekness; Poor; Pride; Weakness To make meek and teachable, or the condition of being meek and teachable. Humility includes recognizing our dependence upon God and desiring to submit to His will. God led thee forty years in the wilderness to humble thee, Deut. 8:2. I humbled my soul with fasting, Ps. 35:13. Better is a poor and wise child than an old and foolish king, Eccl. 4:13. The Lord dwells with him that is humble, Isa. 57:15. Whosoever shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven, Matt. 18:4. He that shall humble himself shall be exalted, Matt. 23:12 (Luke 14:11; 18:14). Jesus humbled himself and became obedient unto death, Philip. 2:8 (Luke 22:42; 23:46). God resisteth the proud, and giveth grace to the humble, 1 Pet. 5:5–6 (2 Ne. 9:42). Humble yourselves in the depths of humility, Mosiah 4:11 (2 Ne. 9:42; 3 Ne. 12:2). Have ye been sufficiently humble, Alma 5:27–28. The more humble part of the people became stronger in their humility, Hel. 3:33–35. I give unto men weakness that they may be humble, Ether 12:27. Humility is a qualification for baptism, D&C 20:37. Humble yourselves before me and you shall see me and know that I am, D&C 67:10. Be thou humble and the Lord shall give thee answer to thy prayers, D&C 112:10. Let him that is ignorant learn wisdom by humbling himself, D&C 136:32. The Spirit is sent forth to enlighten the humble, D&C 136:33.