Thursday, June 30, 2016

Crazy Crazy Week


Oh this week was crazy crazy crazy! We literally didn´t do anything in the sector because we were doing everything. We had a great activity on PDay, and then we had a Zone meeting on Wednesday, and then on Thursday we went to Rancagua for a goodbye conference with President Warne (he leaves today) and then on Saturday we had more service activities and english class. It was a crazy week. Even with all the craziness, we still managed to have a lesson with one of our investigators named Jeny. She´s awesome. She came to church for the second time this week. We have taught her the Plan of Salvation. She keeps telling us that she wants to get baptized because she wants a big change in her life and she feels that baptism is the way to do it. We were talking to her parents yesterday, and they told us that now that she is going to church and is reading the scriptures and praying, she seems a lot happier. She laughs and jokes with her parents and family instead of only crying about how her children are aweful. She is really going to be a great member of the Church. It just makes my testimony a ton stronger that this is the true church of God and if we want to feel the love, peace, and happiness of God in this life, we need to search him out in the right places (like his church!). Our other investigators are doing ok. We were going to have a baptism this Saturday, but it fell through and the people just need a little more time to get things worked out, like testimonies and stuff. Its ok though, even if it taked 5 years, its better not to baptize before you are ready to make and keep the committment. In our conference with President Warne we learned a lot about what it takes to be valient in the work of the Lord. We read a talk called ´´Be valient in the battle of the faith´´ I least in spanish its ´´Sed valientes en la batalla de la fe´´. Its by my good friend Bruce. He´s a great apostle. We are going to have changes in another two weeks, but with a new Mission President, I have no idea what is going to happen, if I stay in Paniahue or if I go. We will see. I love you all and hope you have a great week!


Elder Sayler

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