Even if I were to say that I am better than another, because I am LDS, that would be inequity. I have been blessed to be baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and to be ordained an Elder, and to have been able to make an eternal covenant with the Lord and my wife, Misty, in the House of the Lord; but I am still am no better than anyone else, inside or outside of the Church. I have been given knowledge which I am willing to share, but I also know that others have gifts of knowledge to share as a result of their experiences. I know that the Church is true, but I also know that I have a lot to learn. I am equal with everyone, no matter what their claim to fame. I have been given my station in life by God, and it is Him whom I thank and praise for all of my blessings.
I was inspired to think about this principle after reading Alma 31, in which the Koramites boasted that they were chosen by God and were better than others.