Tuesday, June 28, 2016


In our Zone Conference this week, President Checketts invited us to "walk the second mile" with the Savior.  We then learned a lot about faith and how important it is to faithfully serve as disciples and fishers of men.  He mentioned that faith is necessary in order to willingly walk that second mile.  

We all know that faith is an action word.  In order to strengthen our faith, we need to exercise it, and if we want to exercise our faith, we need to be out there serving and doing.  Faith starts with a mental decision.  It requires righteousness which is active obedience.  Doing things to become better.  

As missionaries, we constantly need to exercise our faith and goals are the best way to stretch.  We set so many different goals every day and every week and then make plans as to how we will accomplish those goals. It is often said that we need to plan for and expect miracles.  Miracles happen on the Lord's time, but if we don't plan where we're going to be and who we're going to visit, then we haven't planned for miracles.  

I didn't get to study from the D&C this week, so I'll close with 1 Nephi 17:13 

"And I will also be your light in the wilderness; and I will prepare the way before you, if it so be that ye shall keep my commandments; wherefore, inasmuch as ye shall keep my commandments ye shall be led towards the promised land; and ye shall know that it is by me that ye are led."

The Lord wants to help us, support us, and be there for us.  As we show our faith and put forth that effort, he promises that he will be the light that we need to press forward.  

Ofa Atu,
Elder Muh 

Weekly Pronunciation 
- H is "h-eight-ch"
- Z is "zed" so the bank "Australia New Zealand (ANZ) is said "AN-Zed" 
Cracks me up every time 

We were feeling Tex-mex so we tried making Cafe Rio lime rice.  It was aight.

Zone Conference Pic

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