Friday, November 15, 2013

Be Still And Know That I Am God

Dear Familia,
Bueno, este semana fue estraño. Fuimos a la clinca Lunes y Martes y no tenìamos nada estes dìas tambien me enfermè con la comida de Peru. Entonces no podìa salir jueves, viernes, ni sabado. Pero La Hermana H sì. Ella saliò con miembros y los D. (Well, this week was strange or different. We went to the clinic on Monday and Tuesday and we did not have anything on these days, and also,  I became sick from the food of Peru. Because of this, I could not go out on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. But my companion went out with members and the missionary couple serving here.)

    Me encantò DyC 56:2 que dice si no obecemos no podemos ser salvos. Me ayudò a repasar mi semana y aunque estaba enferma sentì mal porque quizàs estaba usando eso como un excusa a relajarme, no creo. Pero quiero seguir adelante y continuar siendo obediente y ser aùn màs obediente. Tambien me encantò DyC 101:16 que dice Be still and know that I am God. Estoy aprendiendo a aceptar la volutad de Dios màs en mì vida que pasa es un parte de la vida, no tengo que ser dramatic o preocupada y que puedo aprender de todo que està pasando. (I love D&C 56:2 which says if we are not obedient, we cannot be saved. This helped me pass the week even though I was sick, I felt bad that perhaps I was using this as an excuse to relax, but I do not believe so. But I want to go ahead and continue being obedient and be even more obedient.  Also, I love D y C 101:16 that says be still and know that I am God. I am learning to accept the will of God more in my life and all that passes is a part of  life and I do not have to be dramatic or worried, and I can learn from all that is happening.)
***Mom here...* I emailed her back and said...Sis,  In our world where there is constant input and stimulus, it is not easy to be still and know that He is. Sometimes, the food poisoning can be a blessing if it allows you to be still and hear Him. Please know that He knows and loves you very much. Keep your chin up and know that He is Todopoderoso and He loves you!!! .  Todopoderoso means all powerful. It is one of those Spanish words that is beautiful in its depth and meaning.  During a missionary's mission, especially in a foreign country with a foreign language, their native English becomes the slower, more difficult language to write home in. As Hermana Mardi progresses, so does her Spanish..that is why she communicates so much in it. Her father and I, also speak Spanish and so we get the Spanish letters.:) 
On a lighter note..I asked her how the sun is spring in Peru and she wrote.... )  ...The sun is great! haha more and more I am getting tanner... haha and my shoe tan line is great!
Con todo mi amor,
Hermana Hyer

Friday, November 8, 2013


******Mom here... I am always amazed at the lessons we are taught by our is one that I will never forget and will always treasure...****

October7, 2013

Thank you mommy!!!  l love you guys sooo much!!!
This week has been good. We have a joven who we are working with. But he didn´t come to church which is sad and he studies in Lima during the week, which is also sad and we can only teach him on the weekend. BUT he is really good!! Also cool story!!! haha We were contacting Miguel Grau a street, a long street! and it´s nickname is endure to the end.. because it is SUPER LONG!!!! haha anyways we started at the beginning and we were knocking doors and there was a joven who was knocking a door up the street more.. and nobody... I mean NOONE answered the door. So we knocked the door before where the joven was knocking and then we started talked to him, found out his name is B, that he has friends in Chancay and he was looking for one of them, but lives in Peralvillo, la area de los Élderes. We invited him to church and gave him a tarjeta de oración, with a picture of Christ on it. He told us he would be there, and he left. Then we were knocking the rest of the street. I thought nothing of it because people come all the time, and then don´t. BUT HE CAME!!!! and it was great!!! We were both surprised and sooo grateful to have this blessing! We introduced them to the Élderes and they have a return visit! sooo cool!!! haha Also Presidente Archibald came yesterday to church and taught during Sunday school to the jovenes and adultos about the Sacerdocio and the deber de nosotros tanto mujeres come hombres con el Sacerdocio!!! IT was AWESOME!!! The Spirit was sooo strong!!! I know this church is true!!! Ture to the faith that our fathers have cherished!!!
What is going on Mom? I am here to support you guys just as much as you are supporting me!!! I may have a scripture or two to help!!! Let me know what I can do!!! I do pray for you guys every night!!! I fast every fast sunday for you guys!!!! This is a life of endurance!!! Just like was mentioned in conference!!! Read the talks over and over, study them!!!! I also have a talk that my companion shared with me that I would like to share with you guys and on my blog.
Here it is!!! READ IT!!!! STUDY IT!!!! LOVE IT!!!!! APPLY IT!!!!!
Apply the scriptures!!!! Apply the conference talks as well!!! They will help!!!!

Believing Christ
By Stephen E. Robinson

To have faith in Jesus Christ, we must learn to believe his promise of eternal life.
           One of the most terrifying dilemmas in the universe consists of two facts. The first is expressed in Doctrine and Covenants 1:31: “I the Lord cannot look upon sin with the least degree of allowance.” [D&C 1:31] That means he can’t tolerate it. He can’t blink or look the other way. The other fact is very simply put: We all sin. If the equation consisted of only those two facts, the conclusion would be inescapable: As sinful beings, we can never enter God’s presence.
         But that is not all there is. There is the atonement of Jesus Christ—that glorious plan by which this dilemma can be resolved.
         And the amazing thing is that the Atonement works in practical ways.

Believing Christ
          When my son Michael was six or seven, he did something I thought was wrong. He is my only son, and I want him to be better than his dad was. So when he slipped up, I sent him to his room with the instructions, “Don’t you dare come out until I come and get you!”
          And then I forgot. Some hours later, as I was watching television, I heard his door open and tentative footsteps coming down the hall. I slapped my forehead and ran to meet him. There he was with swollen eyes and tears on his cheeks. He looked up at me—not quite sure he should have come out—and said, “Dad, can’t we ever be friends again?” I melted and pulled him to me. He’s my boy, and I love him.
         We all do things that disappoint our Father in Heaven, that separate us from his presence, his Spirit. There are times when we get sent to our rooms, spiritually though not physically. When that happens, we sometimes lift up our eyes and say, “O Father, can’t we ever be friends again?” The answer, found in all the scriptures, is a resounding “Yes—through the atonement of Christ.” I particularly like the way it is put in Isaiah 1:18: “Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow.” [Isa. 1:18]
      To have faith in Jesus Christ is not merely to believe that he is who he says he is. It is not merely to believe in Christ; we must also believe Christ. Both as a bishop and as a teacher, I have heard several variations on a theme of doubt. Some have said, “Bishop, I’ve sinned too horribly. I’ll be active in the Church, and I hope for some reward. But I couldn’t ever hope to be exalted after what I’ve done.” Others have said, “I’m weak and imperfect. I don’t have all the talents that Brother Jones (or Sister Smith) does. I’ll never be the bishop (or the Relief Society president). I’m just average. I expect my reward in eternity will be a little lower than theirs.”
      All of these are variations on the same theme: “I do not believe Christ can do what he claims. I have no faith in his ability to exalt me.”
     I once counseled a man who said, “Bishop, I’m just not celestial material.” Well, I’d heard those words once too often, so I said, “You’re not celestial material? Welcome to the club. Not one of us is! Not one of us qualifies on our own for the presence of God. So why don’t you admit your real problem? Why don’t you admit that you don’t believe Christ can do what he says he can do?”
      He got angry. “I have a testimony of Jesus!”
      I said, “Yes, you believe in Christ. You simply do not believe Christ. He says that even though you are not celestial, he can make you celestial—but you don’t believe it.”

Why He Is Called the Savior
       Sometimes the demand for perfection drives us to despair. More than a decade ago, my wife and I were living in Pennsylvania. Things seemed to be going well. I’d been promoted in my work and was also serving in the bishopric. Janet had given birth to our fourth child, had graduated from college, had passed the CPA exam, and had been called to serve as Relief Society president. We were busy but happy, and I thought we were doing the right things.
        Then my wife began to feel an overpowering sense of discouragement. She asked to be released from her callings, and try as I might, I could not get her to tell me what was wrong.
        One night, after two weeks of being prodded by a sometimes insensitive but worried husband, she finally said, “All right. You want to know what’s wrong? I can’t do it anymore. I can’t get up at 5:30 in the morning to bake bread and help my kids with their homework and do my own homework. I can’t do my Relief Society stuff and get my genealogy done and sew and go to the PTA meetings and write the missionaries. …”
       She added, “I don’t have the talent that Sister Morrell has. I can’t do what Sister Childs does. I try not to yell at the kids, but I do. I’m not perfect, and I’m never going to be perfect. I’m afraid I’m not going to make it to the celestial kingdom.”
       I said, “Janet, I know you have a testimony. …”
       “Of course I do! That’s what’s so terrible. I know the gospel’s true. I just can’t do it. I’ve tried and I’ve tried, but I can’t do it all, all of the time.”
        It was a long night. At last we came to understand what was wrong. We realized, after talking together, that Janet was trying to save herself. She knew that Jesus is an adviser and a teacher. She knew that he is an example, the head of the Church, our Elder Brother, and even God. She knew all that, but she did not understand His role as the Savior.
        We all fail at living the full celestial level. That’s why we need a Savior. The Lord says, “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” (Matt. 5:6.) We frequently misinterpret that verse. We think it means “Blessed are the righteous.” It does not. When are you hungry? When are you thirsty? When you don’t have the object of your desire. It is those who don’t have the righteousness that God has—but who hunger and thirst after it—who are blessed, for if that is the desire of their hearts, the Lord will help them achieve it.

Becoming One with Christ
       Perfection comes through the atonement of Jesus Christ. That happens as we become one with him, a perfect being. It is like a merger. If you take a small, bankrupt firm that is about to go under and merge it with a corporate giant, what happens? Their assets and liabilities flow together, and the new entity that is created is solvent.
      This is similar to what happens spiritually when we enter into a covenant with the Savior. We have liabilities; he has assets. So he proposes a covenant relationship. Jesus is sometimes called the Bridegroom and the Church the Bride, because of their close association under the covenant. After the covenant is made, I become one with Christ, and as partners we work together toward my exaltation. My liabilities and his assets flow into each other. I do all that I can do, and he does what I cannot yet do. For now, in partnership we are perfect, through His perfection. 
       What heavier burden is there than the demand we sometimes place on ourselves to be perfect now, in this life? But Jesus proposes: “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
     “Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.
     “For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” (Matt. 11:28–30.)

     Trust Me
     Nephi was one of the great prophets, yet he recognized his need for the Savior. In 2 Nephi 4:17–18, we read of his anguish: “O wretched man that I am! Yea, my heart sorroweth because of my flesh; my soul grieveth because of mine iniquities.
      “I am encompassed about, because of the temptations and the sins which do so easily beset me.” [2 Ne. 4:17–18]
      Did Nephi understand his mortal condition?
      Oh, yes. But the key to his greatness is what comes next: “Nevertheless, I know in whom I have trusted.” (2 Ne. 4:19.)
       I had a friend who used to say frequently, “Well, I figure my life is half over and I’m halfway to the celestial kingdom, so I’m right on schedule.”
        One day I asked her, “What happens if you die tomorrow?” It was the first time the thought had occurred to her.
      “Let’s see, halfway to the celestial kingdom is … mid-terrestrial! That’s not good enough!”
       We need to know that because of the covenant we have made with the Savior, if we should die tomorrow, we still have hope of the celestial kingdom. That hope is one of the promised blessings of our covenant relationship. Yet many of us do not understand that promise or take advantage of it.
         When our twin daughters were young, Janet and I decided to teach them to swim. I started with Rebekah. As we went down into the public pool together, I thought, “I’m going to teach her to swim.” But she thought, “I’m going to drown!” The water was only three and one-half feet deep, but Becky was only three feet tall. She was so terrified that she began to scream and kick. She was unteachable.
       Finally, I held her close and said, “Becky, I’ve got you. I’m your dad. I love you. I’m not going to let anything bad happen to you. Now relax.” And bless her heart, she relaxed. She trusted me. I put my arms under her and said, “Okay, now kick your legs.” And she began to learn how to swim.
       Spiritually, some of us are so terrified by the questions “Am I celestial? Am I going to make it?” that we cannot make any progress. We’re petrified by our fear. But if we’re trying to follow his teachings and paying attention, we can almost feel the Savior’s arms around us and feel those assurances as the Spirit whispers of the Savior’s love for us: I love you. Trust me. And if we do trust him, he can begin to help us live the gospel. It is as if he supports us, whispering through the Spirit: Okay, now attend sacrament meeting. Very good. Now accept a call to serve. And so we begin to make progress.
         Alma 34:14–16 makes it clear that Christ’s atonement was infinite and eternal. As such, it enables mercy to overpower justice so we can have the faith to repent. “And thus mercy can satisfy the demands of justice, and encircles [us] in the arms of safety.”
       “The arms of safety”—that is my favorite phrase from the Book of Mormon.
        Do Latter-day Saints believe in being saved? Of course we do. That’s why Jesus is called the Savior. What good is it to have a Savior if no one is saved? It’s like having a lifeguard that won’t get out of the chair.
        The great truth of the gospel is that we have a Savior who can and will save us from ourselves, from what we lack, from our imperfections, from the carnality within us, if we seek his help. In vision, Joseph Smith described those in the celestial kingdom in these terms:
      “These are they whose names are written in heaven, where God and Christ are the judge of all.
     “These are they who are just men made perfect through Jesus the mediator of the new covenant.” (D&C 76:68–69.)
      Just men and women—those who hunger and thirst after righteousness—made perfect through Jesus Christ, our mediator.
    Give Him All
     As my wife and I talked that night about feelings of inadequacy, I groped for some way to help. I finally remembered something that had happened a couple of months earlier. In our home it is now called the parable of the bicycle.
     I was sitting in a chair reading. My daughter, Sarah, who was seven years old at the time, came in and said, “Dad, can I have a bike? I’m the only kid on the block who doesn’t have one.”
      Well, I didn’t have the money then for a bike, so I stalled her. I said, “Sure, Sarah.”
      She said, “How? When?”
     I said, “You save all your pennies, and soon you’ll have enough for a bike.” And she went away.
      A couple ofs weeks later I was sitting in the same chair when I heard a “clink, clink” in Sarah’s bedroom. I asked, “Sarah, what are you doing?”
    She came to me with a little jar, a slit cut in the lid, and a bunch of pennies in the bottom. She said, “You promised me that if I saved all my pennies, pretty soon I’d have enough for a bike. And, Daddy, I’ve saved every single one of them.”
      My heart melted. My daughter was doing everything in her power to follow my instructions. I hadn’t actually lied to her. If she saved all of her pennies, she would eventually have enough for a bike, but by then she would want a car. I said, “Let’s go look at bikes.”
     We went to every store in town. Finally we found it—the perfect bicycle. She was thrilled.  Then she saw the price tag, and her face fell. She started to cry. “Oh, Dad, I’ll never have enough for a bicycle!”
     So I said, “Sarah, how much do you have?”
    She answered, “Sixty-one cents.”
     “I’ll tell you what. You give me everything you’ve got and a hug and a kiss, and the bike is yours.” Then I drove home very slowly because she insisted on riding the bike home.
      As I drove beside her, I thought of the atonement of Christ. We all desperately want the celestial kingdom. We want to be with our Father in Heaven. But no matter how hard we try, we come up short. At some point all of us must realize, “I can’t do this by myself. I need help.” Then it is that the Savior says, in effect, All right, you’re not perfect. But what can you do? Give me all you have, and I’ll do the rest.
        He still requires our best effort. We must keep trying. But the good news is that having done all we can, it is enough. We may not be personally perfect yet, but because of our covenant with the Savior, we can rely on his perfection, and his perfection will get us through.
       As Janet and I internalized how the Atonement works, we wept. “I’ve always believed that Jesus suffered and died for me,” Janet said. “But now I realize that he must save me from myself, from my sins and my weaknesses.”
            I rejoice in the words of 2 Nephi 2:8: “There is no flesh that can dwell in the presence of God, save it be through the merits, and mercy, and grace of the Holy Messiah.” [2 Ne. 2:8] There is no other way. Many of us are trying to save ourselves, holding the atonement of Jesus Christ at arm’s distance and saying, “When I’ve perfected myself, then I’ll be worthy of the Atonement.” But that’s not how it works. That’s like saying, “I won’t take the medicine until I’m well. I’ll be worthy of it then.”
          One of my favorite hymns reads: “Dearly, dearly has he loved! And we must love him too, and trust in his redeeming blood, and try his works to do.” (“There Is a Green Hill Far Away,” Hymns, 1985, no. 194.)
           Truly, we must try to do his works with all that is in us. But then, having done all, we can trust in his redeeming blood to do for us what we cannot do for ourselves.
         If we will enter into that glorious covenant Jesus offers us and give him all that we have, holding nothing back, trusting in his ability to make up for what we lack, he will exalt us. With him pulling with and for us, we can move forward in confidence toward our celestial home.
That was the end of the talk.
I have come to love this talk!!! and am trying to apply it!! It is difficult but DyC6:36 Elevad hacia mí todo pensamiento; no dudéis, no temáis. (D&C 6:36 Look unto me in every thought; doubt not, fear not.)

WE CANNOT DOUBT!!!! Doubt your doubts before you doubt your faith!!!! WE CANNOT FEAR!!!!! He is there waiting for us!!! With arms wide open!!! Don´t let your faith waiver!!! 3 nefi 9:11-14 talks about the Atonement!!! How is arms of mercy are extended towards us! Mormon 9: 19-20 Alma 11: 11-13 it might be chapter 12.. But it talks about all the different things the atonement covers; afflictions, temptations, sicknesses, pains, and there are 7 last of all it covers sin!! This amazes me; how all the time we are focused on how we are healed from sin by the atonement but it is so much more!!! WE are made perfect, whole, purified, and sanctified by the Atonement!!! Jesucristo es misericordioso!!!!
LES AMO MUCHISIMO!!! LES EXTRAÑO!!!! Como el arroz que estoy comiendo, the drops of water in the ocean and the stars in the sky!!!
Hermana Hyer

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Pictures of beach and goat field?....

Here are the pictures mentioned in previous letter......

Beach and Package

***note from Mom*** we have only sent Mardi 3 packages, one in May to Provo MTC, one in September, 2013...she was running out of supplies and wanted a few goodies, and an emergency one 2 weeks ago, because she had only taken 2 pairs of good walking dress shoes. One, she does not wear, because they hurt her feet too bad, and she cannot walk the necessary 10 miles a day, and the others..she emailed us and told us they were breaking. She cannot just go but her size 11 shoes in Peru, because they have little feet and do not make them.  We added a little bit of candy for Halloween and a dollar store item for Thanksgiving. We also sent some clothes since she mentioned some were getting worn badly with the constant hand washing? We always put something in there for her companion for her to share.( I send her number letters every week with a sheet of stickers from the dollar store to share with her companion and to give away to the children in Peru)..the QUOTE is from President Thomas S Monson, our prophet, and president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.....and now onto Hermana Mardi....
Monday, Oct. 28, 2013
Dear Family and Friends,
Thanks for everything!!! I´m great! just missing you guys and especially AJ. This week was good! The Elders had a baptism! We went to Lima for p day. Our investigator is good! He wants to get baptized!! We just need to teach him a couple more lessons and he can get baptized!!!
Thank you for the quote! It has been a huge help to me! I can feel AJ close and know that he loves me dearly and is doing what he needs to do! But I also know I WILL See him again!!! THAT I will make sure!! There is no better motivation in this life that to have a family member die! IT has given me opportunities to love more deeply, to feel compassion, to mourn with those that mourn, and help others realize the blessings that come from the Gospel!!! FAMILIES ARE ETERNAL!!! That is a truth I KNOW!!! With all of my heart, soul, and mind! This is an eternal truth all can know! Through prayer! I love you all!! Thank you for the support without it I could not be here! Thanks for the package! I will let you know when I get it. I got letters A 16,17,18,19 I think.. I will let you know for sure next week!!! I LOVED THE STICKERS!!! Of Snow white, Hearts. and POKEMON!!!! haha I gave them away to several of the Elders!! They love them!!! Could you send more!?! and Have Eddy and David write the names of them too.. I don´t remember all of them.. haha
DyC 6:36 filipenses 4:13 and Alma 7:11-13 The Atonement scripture!
Hermana Hyer
The pictures are of the sunset. and a goat field!!! :D

On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 9:15 AM, Our letter to her first.....( a note of explanation..on Oct. 29, 2013.. It marked the 6 year anniversary of her brother, AJ's death. I am friends with her branch president in Lima and I messaged him to give her a blessing if she needed one).
Dear Hermana Mardi,
Hello. how are you? How is your week going? How is the work, and how is Your companion? How are your investigators? And how are you? I have asked your branch president to give you a priesthood blessing tomorrow, if you feel you need and want one. I am thankful that transfers is not until Saturday. You may not be going, but it reassures me that Heavenly Father and our Savior are mindful of you and your tender feelings that may come with or to you tomorrow. We love you and please know that you are in our prayers. I am praying and hoping that you will feel AJ 's arms around you and that your day will be filled with marvelous blessings all day long. Keep a prayer in your heart and know that you are being prayed for by millions of people all around the world. I loved the talk on missionary work that was given at conference. He said that if you want to teach many, you have to talk to many people.
Here is something from Pres. Monson to help tomorrow...
Our Heavenly Father, who gives us so much to delight in, also knows that we learn and grow and become stronger as we face and survive the trials through which we must pass. We know that there are times when we will experience heartbreaking sorrow, when we will grieve, and when we may be tested to our limits. However, such difficulties allow us to change for the better, to rebuild our lives in the way our Heavenly Father teaches us, and to become something different from what we were—better than we were, more understanding than we were, more empathetic than we were, with stronger testimonies than we had before.

This should be our purpose—to persevere and endure, yes, but also to become more spiritually refined as we make our way through sunshine and sorrow. Were it not for challenges to overcome and problems to solve, we would remain much as we are, with little or no progress toward our goal of eternal life. The poet expressed much the same thought in these words:

Good timber does not grow with ease,
The stronger wind, the stronger trees.
The further sky, the greater length.
The more the storm, the more the strength.
By sun and cold, by rain and snow,
In trees and men good timbers grow.8
Only the Master knows the depths of our trials, our pain, and our suffering. He alone offers us eternal peace in times of adversity. He alone touches our tortured souls with His comforting words:

“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

“Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.

“For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.”9

Whether it is the best of times or the worst of times, He is with us. He has promised that this will never change.
My brothers and sisters, may we have a commitment to our Heavenly Father that does not ebb and flow with the years or the crises of our lives. We should not need to experience difficulties for us to remember Him, and we should not be driven to humility before giving Him our faith and trust.

We dearly love you. I sent a big package to you with clothes, shoes, some candy. They only had one pair of Clark shoes in your size. I will get you another pair and I bought the only color they had. The package is at the mission office today. You can share some of the clothes. I hope they fit and are not too hot since you are in spring. Let me know what you want for Christmas besides music and glasses. I love you dearly..from the moon and back again.
All of us
Mom, Dad and all

At last..Mom posted again...:(

****To our friends and family....I, Hermana Mardi's Mother, have done it again..I am sorry that it took me so long to post her blogs.  There will be several here, and I will start with her latest.  Plese forgive me.. Christmas is coming..please send her a card to the mission address..if you send it now..she will probably get it by Christmas...if you want to know what to get her...she loves uplifting quotes.. On colored paper or index cards..most of all..she just wants to hear how you all are doing...
NOW from Hermana Mardi...
Buenos Dias.   Nov. 4, 2013
Hola familia,
Sì estoy orando siempre para ustedes.. Còmo le fue con abuela Hyer?  (Hello. family, yes, I am always praying for you all. How did it go with Grandma Hyer? I am fine!! )
Here are picture of service with my district, We helped fix  a member's  house with cardboard and cleaned it as well. She is a really wonderful lady, humble full of faith and sick as well.. She is blind and can`t walk well. We have started reading the Book of Mormon to her so she can have the blessings that come with reading it. We also were able to go with her with two new elders (... I am in Chancay for
another transfer!!! I wasn`t surprised I had a dream that I was talking to President Archibald about my mission how I was in Chancay for 6 months then Huaraz for 3 and Barranca for 3 as well... haha I wonder if that will come true... haha I love it here.. anyways haha) and take her la Santa Cena. she cried because it is the first time in a long time since she has been sick..It was so wonderful! Last pday we had a water ballon fight which was soooo fun!!! Oh Our Cousin Elder B is in my zone and has been since last transfer or the one before... haha Lots of random stuff.. sorry I am sorta scatter brained..OH Our investigator is sooo good!!! haha We were teaching him the restoration and he said si la iglesia es verdadera porque todos no son miembros!! It was sooo great!!! I was soo happy!!! hhaa a miracle!!! We also had a member with us to help explain things in different terms so he could understand better! That was really good!
I got my package!!! I love the new clothes!! It doesn`t matter if it`s from
DI haha it works and I`m happy!!! i LOVED THE CANDY!!!! And the pumpkin!!! and the Turkey!!! I can`t wait to use it!!! haha!!!
We are great!! having fun in the Lord`s work!!! MISSIONARY FUN!!!! DyC 6:36
DyC 122:10-11
Hermana Hyer