蔡會長: "雨很大嗎?" *Looks out the window* "Ohhhhh"

So this was been a wonderfully cold and rainy week here in Zhubei. And the Taiwanese people, much like myself, don't like the cold. So you can say it's been quite difficult finding more prepared on the streets. But they are still out there! And within the past week we have actually found 2 people who have been on tours of the Salt Lake City temple and actually have interest in hearing more about why we have them! So yeah miracles are real, like for real. 

This week we were able to cover the commandments with the Liao family and when we taught the Sabbath day, we taught it a little different. On Thursday we had a little opportunity to receive trainings from and do interviews with President and Sister Jergenson. Sister Jergenson taught us more about the importance of the sacrament and how great of an opportunity it is to renew our baptismal covenants. If we really make repentance a daily part of our lives, the sacrament could leaves us with the same clean feeling that we all experienced at baptism. So when we covered the Sabbath day with the Liao family this week, we really stressed the sacredness of and the wonderful opportunity sacrament is. This was followed with them all having a wonderful spiritually uplifting experience at church on Sunday because they knew how significant the sacrament would be after their baptisms. 
So yes the sacrament could always be a wonderful spiritually rejuvenating experience if we keep our end of the baptismal covenants and let ourselves change through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. And I invite you all to join me in applying Sister Jergenson's invitation to make the Sacrament the most important part of my week! 

But yeah so great week in paradise. Today 3 of us Zhubei companionship had the opportunity to go hiking with two wonderful recent converts and 1 wonderful current investigator, whom me and Elder Aiono found together a few weeks back: Kristine. It was super fun and just a great little opportunity to get out of the city. 

艾長老





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