This week has been so good! Its definitely been a week of learning but a really good one! As i was studying one day i read D and C section 6 where it says “16 Yea, I tell thee, that thou mayest know that there is none else save God that knowest thy thoughts and theintents of thy heart.” And i was so grateful to read that because i knew in that moment that the Lord truly knows me and knows i am trying and that sometimes he is the only one who truly sees me for who i am sometimes. But as i kept reading it says “18 Therefore be diligent; stand by my servant Joseph, faithfully, in whatsoever difficult circumstances he may be for the word’s sake.
And i realized that it is true he truly is the one who truly sees us. The lord knows me and recognizes my faults but helps me anyways, loves me anyways, and i realized i need to have that same love for each of my companions and those here. That we have been put together by the Lord to help each other grow. It reminded me of a quote that was said by a sister in general conference about “You lift me and ill lift thee, and we·ll ascend together.” the point of the companionship is not to wait until things get better and just suffer through it, its to learn to become better, just like that the point of this life is not just to wait it out its to enjoy it until the end, to become better so that one day when we are in the presence of the father we will be ready to meet him and to become like him.We have been doing a lot better as a companionship, our investigators are struggling with progressing but weve been trying to think of new plans to get the ward involved in helping them out also, so im definitely grateful that we have this time together because unity is the key, oh btw elder diaz even gave me his futbol jersey from paraguay that his brother gave him which is expensive and its original. So i gave him a california shirt and he loves it! I look forward to this week to be able to work more and work together! I love you all so much and hope everyone is doing wel!!!
Con muchisimo amor,
Elder Justin Lototoa Wilson