already. that is so cool. im basically almost in cusco alreadywhich is kinda
sick! i cant wait to get out there and really be serving. the times i have been
able to go out have been the coolest times of the mission. i still dont know
enough spanish in my opinion but hey, sometimes it actually get really
surprised with what i know. like to today in the temple i didnt even use the
headphones for the english during the stuff, so that was cool. but seriously i
am so excited. i hope my companion is going to be a cool guy, cause ill need
help, thats for sure. the working/studying never stops but its enjoyable if you
do it right.
weve made some creative ways to work out. it used to be
some rebar twited to hold on some cinder blocks, but now we have developed a
much better method, of which we have crontructed a barbell out of the bar used
for pullups and the concrete bases used to hold the umbrellas in the court yard.
its actually a pretty legit system.
ïn alma 58:10-11 we leanr about some pretty cool stuff.
as i was reading through it really stuck out to me. it talks about the power of
prayer. the nephites were in some deep trouble because of the lamanites and
they really didnt sit in a great position with God. but they humbled themselves
and prayed until God, after which they were filled with peace and hope, and an
asurance that they would be delivered. Prayer is a real thing, and i know it,
and even in just these few weeks, ive really begun to depend on it. i know the
Lord anwsers our prayers and wants to help us. trust me, i would know zero
spanish with the Lord, i know because i took two years in school and learned
nothing. Prayer is real, church is true. next time i write i will proably be in