invite, invite, invite
This week was challenging and humbling. a good humbling, for we learned many things in regards to how we can improve and become better missionaries. as a missionary, there are 3 aspects, per say, that make a missionary successful, and it depents on 1). worthiness, 2). opening your mouth, and 3). teaching. This week we are gonna focus in a lot on improving our teaching. the desire is there, fear doesnt exist for us, but i know that even so, we arent perfect. nor will we ever be in this life, for we will be made perfect when we resurrect.
anyway, it was pretty interesting this week because we didnt get to work very much, due to my toe surgery last monday. we had to stay in all day monday, tuesday, wednesday, and then almost half of the day on thursdays we dont work because we have a weekly planning session. so we didnt get to work too much this week, BUT nevertheless, we found a few great families and are very excited to get to know them better. there is Edgar and liliana, Maria and Claudio, horacio, and Ramon arela ramon and lizeth. I pray that the Lord may bless us with the opportunity to help them and get them excited to make the baptismal covenant with God.
I know that the Lord lives and loves us, and that he places us in the hardest of situations so that we can grow the most. i love what it says in Doctrine and Covenants 98:3,
Therefore, he giveth this promise unto you, with an immutable covenant that they shall be fulfilled; and all things wherewith you have been afflicted shall work together for your good, and to my name’s glory, saith the Lord.
on how it says that all the problems and afflictions that we have had will work out for our good and benefit. i have definitely sen that in my time in Cuauhtemoc is that the Lord takes us, gives us challenges, and helps us get through them through faith and repentance.
May the Lord bless you all in everything you do this week, and i hope that we can all continue to be happy all the time! i love you all!!
November 2013 - 2015