2 Nephi 31:7
Know ye not that he was holy? But notwithstanding he being holy, he showeth unto the children of men that, according to the flesh he humbleth himself before the Father, and witnesseth unto the Father that he would be obedient unto him in keeping his commandments.
The Lord, though perfect and righteous and immortal, was still obedient. He still subjected Himself to Heavenly Father's will in order to save each one of us. Best example ever.
We are to be obedient, but we need to be sure that we obey the right source. The evil spirit wants us to obey it. And its way will always appear or seem easier, more popular, or even more prosperous than the right way. But we've been told over and over what the right way is. We need to remain faithful to what we know is truth and righteousness, and obey the correct spirit.
And under this head ye are made free, and there is no other head whereby ye can be made free. There is no other name given whereby salvation cometh; therefore, I would that ye should take upon you the name of Christ, all you that have entered into the covenant with God that ye should be obedient unto the end of your lives.
I love this plea for obedience, because our salvation only comes through the Savior. (The whole chapter is on this, and it's great--I recommend it.) No other way for us to be saved. Our reliance on Him is necessary, but our obedience is voluntary. King Benjamin's pleas are probably the pleas of our Father as well: obey the Christ and not only be saved, but receive eternal exaltation as well.
Another reminder that we must choose which side to follow, and that we will reap the rewards (whether good or bad) depending on which side we obey.