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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Baptisms

My week: This week we had two baptismal interviews. One person passed, one didnt. The one that passed is the daughter of my new member who will now be baptized, which means I have taught and baptized an entire family now. I hope the generations later will continue in the church. The one that didnt pass the interview is a little boy who forgets as fast as he learns. Hes a good boy is just hard to teach him what he needs to know to be baptized. We are going to continue working with him and get him baptized!

What I learned. Fairness is no excuses for not having charity. Sometimes I would justify being selfish by saying that im just being fair, but ive learned that charity is more important. Ive learned, if nothing else, how to really have charity and love. Its probably been the most important lesson on my mission. How to love and where it stands on our priorities. Are we willing to give up a little in some areas to give more in other ways. Ive found the more I give and sacrifice for others, the more I actually get through the blessings of our Heavenly Father.

Loving the mission, growing lots

-Elder Clement
My washing machine. We have to lift it into the tub because we have to physically drain it after using it.


View from my apartment. The red roof place and orange wall place are both small stores called Delguur (they are everywhere!!)



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