How’s it all going in to EEUU (i have no idea why that means United States here, but it does.) Life is so great here in Ushuaia. It’s warming up and getting more sunny, but also more windy.
This week was a GREAT WEEK! We had the conference with Elder Christofferson. I was in the front row and we all got to introduce ourselves. And I had the awkward blond moment when I told him I was from California, los estados unidos… like he doesn’t know where california is. haha so dumb:)
The coolest part about hearing from a prophet was being able to see how human yet powerful he was. He emphasized that fact that the missionaries are the tools that the Lord uses to complete the work of the prophets and apostles. We have the same divine authority and calling! He said it is a such a blessing and privilege to testify and bring others unto Christ. That we shouldn’t even expect blessings! As we fulfill our purpose, we are helping people receive the gift of the atonement in our lives, which is through faith, repentance, and covenants. We too have to accept this gift everyday of our lives by following these steps. I know that this man is called of God. His words were especially for me and will bless my life forever.
Well with a great spiritual start of the week. We got out there to get to work. We were able to find a few news. The most important is BETO! or norberto. He’s a new investigator that we found. He talks a lot and has a really really hard life. We were able to teach him about the restoration and invite him to be baptized and he said yes:) We left him like 3 things to read and he read them all and he came to church. I saw the members so excited to see an investigator in church and they were all so kind to him. He is seriously such a miracle.
We were able to have a lesson with him this Sunday after church and we talked about the Gospel of Christ and how we can be free from sin and guilt through our Saviour. Everything went really well, and he has a very strong desire to make a better life for himself and or his family. He finished with the most beautiful prayer I have ever heard. he started to cry, pleading that he can change and make a better life for him. He said that after he felt a little alleviated and free. It was one of the most powerful moments in my mission. I really hope and pray he can make the changes that he needs to, to live a happy life!
I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior and that this is His restored church!
Love you all!