Monday, September 28, 2015

Week 17 The Week After the Storm

A very dramatic title for a week that actually wasn´t all that dramatic.

After the adventures of last week there isnt a ton of new things to report. We taught lessons this week yes, but mostly we did a lot of walking. We found some people to teach, but mostly we did a lot of walking

I also became incredibly sick this weekend. I couldn´t keep anything down for two days, and just felt awful. We called the mission nurse and apperantly its just a bug that has been going around. She told us that about half the mission has it right now, this one Elder lost 10 kilos. I think I only had the mild version because Im feeling better today, a lot less sensitive to things. But the work moves on even if we are dying.

Not a lot of other things to report. But the thought that Im going to leave with you all is this:  

 We are all children of our Heavenly Father. He loves us. And we love him. He loves us so much that he sent his Only Begotten Son in the flesh to suffer and die for us. Who are we to judge someone here on earth, or not forgive someone for something they did to us, when our Heavenly Father is so willing to forgive us every single day of our lives.

Our Savior Jesus Christ came into the world as a baby. An innocent. And he stayed that way. Innocent and perfect, and ready to Atone for the sins of the people that so readily killed him.¨What greater sacrifice than this, that a man layeth down his life for his friends?¨

I know that through the Atonement of Jesus Christ we can all be made perfect, and we can all find peace in our souls.

I love you all. It is hard here in the mission. During these last days there is more and more opposition from forces that we can´t see or recognize. But we do know that we have the truth. That our Savior and Redemer died for his brothers and sisters, for us. And through this sacrifice we can return to live with our Heavenly Father  and our families through eternity.

Les Quiero mucho, 

Hermana Randall

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