As the week went on, I think it was Wednesday that we had a lesson with one of our new investigators (I'll tell you about in just a sec) and after our lesson I looked on the counter and my talk was there! I was so excited. It just randomly showed up. It was a miracle! I studied the talk the next morning, and I have really gotten a lot from it. It talks about how we need to focus on what we know and to wait for additional knowledge to come. I started thinking and that's exactly what I wasn't doing. I was focusing on what I didn't know, and I realized I can't do that. I have to focus on what I know and to build off of that and to wait for additional knowledge to come. There is a lot to learn, and I am grateful for each day on my mission because it's a new day to learn and grow and feel the spirit. The talk also talks about faith. It tell us that it's not the size of our faith that matters, but it's what we do with the faith we have. I can't remember exactly how he said it, but it really hit me. I learned a lot from it. If you have time, I would read it. You can learn a lot from it!
"An unexpected surprise to see a familiar face from home
just show up in your ward for church in Gwanju, Korea Brother Johnson and son Brigham"