The Most Important Thing is Faith

Well it was another good week here in Guatemala. I was looking at all these pictures today and wow i don't even recognize anyone anymore. Ward looks like a full grown man so that was very interesting to see. We had a crazy week last week as usual.

Anyways we did not have any baptisms this past week.  The young man that we were going to baptize decided to wait and get baptized with his parents this weekend. So this weekend we are preparing a family of 4 for baptisms. They are a family of 4 that are neighbors with our converts.

On a cool note all of the converts went to the temple this past Saturday. Three of the families that we have recently baptized all went and the work is working very hard with them to prepare for the temple in one year. What should happen is that in my last month all of the 3 families are going to get sealed in the temple. Many on the converts gave their testimonies on Sunday and just cried. They really are so humble in temporal circumstances that they never even imagined going to a building so beautiful.

Well I really have no idea what to say.. I was thinking lately with my companion about what a missionary really needs to have to be able to have success. Really the most important thing is faith. I think that sometimes as members of the church we doubt or question to many things. But really the one thing that i have learned on my mission is that with faith all things are possible. Love you all. Have a great week!

Elder Wilkes

P.S. Que Dios les bendiga. Elder Gallacher quiere que todos sepan.

No comments:

Post a Comment