Lo siento, esta carta esta semana va a ser poco más corto.. ndaipori tiempo! Pero bueno..
How are you all? I hope all is well with my lovely family and friends!
This week I am really out on time, but something that I would like to share with you all is that there is always hope for everyone! Something I have been able to experience in the past few weeks is a sister changing in the branch. 10 years ago her, Victoria and her family were baptized. But sadly, only 7 months after, joined another church. And since then, didn’t want to go to return to the Church of Jesus Christ. She always told us that she knew that the Book of Mormon is true and that the church of Jesus Christ is true, but felt that she wasn’t ready to return. Meanwhile, her son was reactivated by the missionaries a couple months back and his wife being baptized. They are now really strong members. But something that just made my heart jump was last Snday, we saw Vistoria and her husband in the church. I don’t know how many years it had been since they last went to church, but it was a miracle, They have now come for 2 Sundays in a row and she is helping us with one of our investigators that has a lot of needs. And its truly been a miracle to see her change. That is something I never want to forget. As a missionary, we have a lot of let downs, maybe our recent converts aren’t going to church right now, or our investigators aren’t progressing like we want them to. But Something that I want to remember is that there is always a way for them to change. I just have to keep having faith in the Lord and in his timing. I am only here to do his work and not mine, or focus on my desires, but the desires of the Lord.
Well, it's official... Half way through the mission. And I just can't believe it. There is so much work to do and I only have 9 months left to give it ALL to the Lord and His beautiful work. Thanks for all of the support and love that I have felt in the past 9 months from you all!
A scripture that I want to share this week is D&C 19: 15 I love this scripture because no matter what, we will never feel the pains that our savior felt. There is always hope in every kind of situation! Life is worth fighting for even if it may seem we are in the darkest of moments. There is always hope in our Lord and Savior, Jesus the Christ.
Love you all! Hermana Liesel Wiscombe