Sunday, January 15, 2017

Week 59: Miracles On Mulberry Street!

Week 59: Miracles On Mulberry Street!
¡Familia y Amigos!
Well Folks, this week has been one for the books!! There have been countless miracles over and over, and I know that the Lords hand has been so apparent. THIS IS HIS WORK! How grateful I am to be be a part of this work!
(1) The Claridy's- So remember that family I mentioned last week? THEY ARE INCREDIBLE!! We had such a an awesome lesson with them! We asked them at the end of the lesson if they would be baptized if they come to know that the things we teach are true and they both said yes! They remembered so much from what the Elders had taught them, and ahh! They are such a blessing! We have an appointment with them tonight and our Bishop is coming with us!
(2) Zone Conference- We had an incredible meeting this week with several other zones, and the spirit was so strong! I was also able to see the Tornoto's - they are the Visitor Center directors- and some of the other senior couples! Huge tender mercy!
(3) Margret- OH MY GOODNESS! Ok so she was probably the biggest miracle of the week! So Saturday night when we were planning we looked at our goals for the week, and we had a goal of one person at sacrament meeting, and so we texted all of our investigators and we prayed jand did all we could. Well, Sunday morning came and they all told us they couldn't make it... But we had faith!! So 5 minutes were left until church starts and things weren't looking too promising, and just as we were going to give up, one of our members came up to us and told us that her friend was coming and she wanted to introduce us...... Here we have Margret! and we found out that she had called our member and asked 'Are you going to pick me up for church or what?!' AHHH!! And she loved it so much that she is coming next  week and we are getting her a Book of Mormon in Swahili! Miracles are real and God IS a God of miracles!
So this week as I was studying in the Book of Mormon and this verse in Jacob chapter 4:7 and it says:
"Nevertheless, the Lord God showeth us our weakness that we may know that it is by his grace, and his great condescensions unto the children of men, that we have power to do these things"
I LOVE this scripture! This week as I was pondering over the many miracles we saw, I am beyond grateful that the Lord calls weak people to help him as he works miracles.
But I am grateful for these weaknesses, and grateful for the experience that I had as a missionary. I am grateful for my weaknesses. But I am especially grateful for the opportunity they have given me to turn to my Savior.
I know that through the Savior we can overcome our weaknesses.If we desire to help in his work, he will qualify us.
Love you all and hope you have a week full of miracles!
Abrazos y Oraciones
Hermana/Sister Kim Hunt ❤️

One of my Favorites took me through the Jail! Another fellow Sister/Hermana Morgan! :)

This is Leawood, Kansas folks featuring 'COR' (like core) or the Church of the Resurrection. Lots of people in the area attend it, but the sky looked so beautiful I just had to take a picture!

Also, Sister Whitehead (one of my old companions) is going home next week! We are both a little sad, but I love her lots!!

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