Monday, October 14, 2013

Sooooo conference. Was. Super. Good.

In between conferences we taught an investigator named Y. She has been searching for answers to her questions and prayers and we had a really awesome lesson with her about the restoration. She has a roommate who is anti-mormon and is very good at messing with her head. But Y is an honest seeker of truth. it is really fun to teach her. We had the prompting to tell her that her answers would come in that last session right after the lesson. I am very excited to tell you of the Lord's love and grace now. In every single one of the talks that were given, they taught and confirmed something we had said to her. Sometimes word for word. I am so grateful that we have general authorities who have lived their lives in such a way to be so directed by the spirit.

This week we went on the subway and did a flash mob singing of "I am a child of God" with Elder A (my hawaiian awesome companion) playing on the ukelele and we sang a verse in english then spanish then verse three in english and that has been a powerful and fun experience in sharing the gospel. Oh i loved it. That happens every week too!!!!! We are trying some new ways of sharing the gospel. but my district especially has some very very talented singers and musicians so its been fun to sing and such! We are trying to record an album by the end of the transfer. We have 1 song recorded and a few more in the process. Im super excited.

I'm still nervous about next transfer but it will be fun. A good learning experience. haha :)

Elder L (my buddy from plainview) and Elder A (my comp) go home in February so we have been working them out to get him marriage worthy ;) hahah we just started doing insanity, ultimate frisbee, soccer, and dodgeball every morning except sunday with the two rego park districts. It's been really fun and we are all sore.

I just want to share quickly my testimony of God's influence in our lives.
The answer is always loving obedience with an eternal perspective. Keep that and He will keep you.
Elder Clark

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