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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Con todo debido respeto, y sinceramente con TODO debido respeto.. ;)

This monday marks the end of 6 weeks in San Cayetano. We'll know who's getting transfered after internet today. I love my companion. Elder Nunez is the bomb. we went nuts this week. it was a good way to end the transfer. It was also the primary program in our ward. I liked it more than I like listening to speakers. Little kids are awesome. The miguel I talked about last week didn't come to church, and thinks he's too busy to learn the gospel. But that's none of my buisness.

At times, I want to do what I want to do. Then god softly reminds me that, well. He's in charge. Last night I was tried, we did divisions, and at 8 we were calling it. 7:30 rolled around and our set visits fell through. I walked past where we eat, ready to go in. When the holy ghost whispered. "You better not quit" so I didn't. I contacted, got rejected, and reached 7:55. I thankfully knocked on the last door. A lady named Elizabeth answered with her 1 year old son. She just moved there. I got on her side quick when I told her my sisters name was Elizabeth. (That always gets them :) I explained the plan of salvation and why I was knocking on her door. She cheerfully invited us back over. 

Whether I go visit Elizabeth this thursday, or I get transfered it doesn't really matter. What matters is that I didn't give up, and neither should you. No one should. God will raise you up, even if you are nothing, or don't believe in him.

This life isn't for quitters!
so with all due respect, and I do mean with all due respect. Don't quit :) Knock one more door in your life. God will put something behind it.

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing your testimony of never quitting. I believe this with all my heart and soul. Keep on keeping on! You're doing great things. Laurie Mayes (Tiz's mother-in-law)