hello my fellow humans. Well, according to my parents I am awkward. We had to teach a lady in Tagalog so I just spoke English. Which was really awkward to teach in English. The gift of tongues is real my people. I don't really have much to share besides how awesome a mission is. As in, if you have a desire and are worthy do it!
I think about the sons of Mosiah, or Alma, or Enos. A true sign of their conversion was their desire to share the gospel and go on missions. President Nelson always says that the most important thing happening is gathering scattered Israel. I have been reading doctrine and covenants and and it repeats many times that "A great and marvelous work is about to happen." "Thrust in your sickle...the field is white and ready to harvest."
I've quoted this talk a lot from Elder Holland, "The First and Great Commandment." He states that their are hearts that we need to lift, the gospel we need to defend, and the sheep we need to feed. How blessed are we to have the gospel? We have the greatest calling to help God's children. Because we are opening an area we have been tracting a lot. I have a testimony that if we just open our mouths we will know what to say and Heavenly Father will place in our paths those we need to meet.
1- paglaba ko (laudry)
2-baha (flood) it rained hard this week. But that didn't stop us from workin
3-crabs little kids found