Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 70, Text 45

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SB 10.70.45

sri-suka uvaca
tatra tesv atma-paksesv a-
 grnatsu vijigisaya
vacah pesaih smayan bhrtyam
 uddhavam praha kesavah
 
Translation: 
 
Sukadeva Gosvami said: When His supporters, the Yadavas, objected to this proposal out of eagerness to defeat Jarasandha, Lord Kesava turned to His servant Uddhava and, smiling, addressed him with fine words.
 
Purport: 
 
Srila Prabhupada explains, “Just before the great sage Narada arrived in the Sudharma assembly house of Dvaraka, Lord Krsna and His ministers and secretaries had been considering how to attack the kingdom of Jarasandha. Because they were seriously considering this subject, Narada’s proposal that Lord Krsna go to Hastinapura for Maharaja Yudhisthira’s great Rajasuya sacrifice did not much appeal to them. Lord Krsna could understand the intentions of His associates because He is the ruler of even Lord Brahma. Therefore, in order to pacify them, He smilingly [spoke] to Uddhava.”
 
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti points out that the Lord smiled because He was about to demonstrate Uddhava’s brilliant ability to give counsel in difficult situations.