"And thou shalt remember all the ways which the Lord thy God led thee these forty years in the wilderness to humble thee, and to prove thee, to know what was in thine heart."
Commentary: "This life is full of 'wilderness experiences' that test our mettle and provide opportunities to soften our hearts. Indeed, our hearts are revealed in the crucibles of suffering. We can become bitter or angry because of tribulations, or we can become stronger, more faithful and humble. These divine tutorials are preparing us for life hereafter, even as they expand our souls in mortality. We can develop the attributes of godliness in the furnace of affliction. We can prove ourselves worthy of exaltation. In life's journey, the Lord will not leave us comfortless. As he did for ancient Israel, the Lord will lead and guide us. If we stay on the path and strive for righteousness with all our hearts despite mistakes and shortcomings, he will not abandon us or forsake us. His promise is sure."