"And this is not all. Do ye not suppose that I know of these things for myself? Behold, I testify unto you that I do know that these things I have spoken are true. And how do ye suppose that I know of their surety? 46. Behold, I say unto you they are made known unto me by the Holy Spirit of God... 48. I say unto you, that whatsoever I shall say unto you, concerning that which is to come, is true; and I say unto you, that I know that Jesus Christ shall come, yea, the Son, the Only Begotten of the Father, full of grace, and mercy, and truth. And behold, it is he that cometh to take away the sins of the world, yea, the sins of every man who steadfastly believeth on his name. 49. And now I say unto you that this is the order after which I am called, yea, to preach unto my beloved brethren."
-Alma 5:45-46,48-49
"Come unto Christ and be perfected in him and deny yourselves of all ungodliness."
-Moroni 10:32

My Address: (I LOVE MAIL!)
Sister Zhenya Plumb
California Arcadia Mission
614 W. Foothill Blvd.
Arcadia, CA 91006-2030

Monday, June 13, 2016

Miracles 奇迹

The miracle is that Regan came to church! Yes! Finally. The
interesting part was that it was a special stake conference for us
because our stake presidency was being released, but she still wanted
to come! She insisted on coming actually. She knew she needed to go
for a while, and in the end she said she was really glad she went.

The other miracle is Jonathan. He is practically a member, he's been
going to church since he was six, but his mom will not let him get
baptized. So he's turning 18 in August and he will be baptized in that
same week! I hope Sister Gong and I stay, well Sister Gong will go
home right before he turns 18 but hopefully she will stay long enough
to teach him. He has been waiting to be baptized for so long now. He
said that once he is baptized it will be the most freeing experience
that he will have. And it's true. For people who aren't in Jonathan's
position too, baptism is literally freeing you from all the pain,
regret and sorrow that we feel on this earth. It helps us see the good
in everything and everyone, we understand who we are, and why we are
here, and where we need to get to, and so much more! Though hardships
don't ever go away when we are baptized we receive added strength in
so many different ways to help us overcome each obstacle.

I'm so very grateful for a loving Heavenly Father who sent us a Savior, Jesus Christ to make this all possible for us. We can receive confidence and faith through the Saviors example to be free from the worries of life.
So ya, if you haven't been baptized I highly I recommend it. And I'm
not just saying that because I'm a missionary, I'm saying that on my
experience and through the experiences of others.
Love y'all! Have a great week!


Sister Plumb

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