01 March 2015

Golden Needle in a Rice Field

This is the city of Meito! I went on an exchange there, it was a lot of fun!

So, not to be unoriginal, but this week in the wondorous world of the Japan Nagoya Mission: Okazaki we tried really hard to find some new investigators and spent a lot of time looking and asking and inviting and everyone said no! Hooray!
However, this is how we learn patience and how to be better servants of the Lord! 
Let's share a quotation I love from General Conference!

"One woman, each time she related experiences she had during a visit to the Holy Land, would exclaim, "I walked where Jesus walked!"

She had been in the vicinity where Jesus lived and taught. Perhaps she stood on a rock on which He had once stood or looked at a mountain range He had once gazed upon. The experiences, in and of themselves, were thrilling to her; but physically walking where Jesus walked is less important than walking as He walked. Emulating His actions and following His example are far more important than trying to retrace the remnants of the trails He traversed in mortality."

-President Thomas S. Monson, October 2014 Read this talk right here it is so good!

I testify that as we get to know Jesus and "line upon line" work to become like Him, we will be blessed with growth, stegnth and joy.

Honestly! I love you.

Sister Brewer. 

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