Dear Krom Kruasaa nung mitpheak,That means family and friends. This week was super fantastic!! Its like regular fantastic except we also wore capes. *laughter erupts across the hall*
I started getting sickand I've had to stay in a few days because I'm pretty sure I've got strep throat. Anyway it isn't very fun.
I felt the spirit many times very strongly this last week as I testified and heard others testify of the divinity of Christ and the reality of the power of his atonement in our lives. I love this true church. I know that it has been restored by a prophet of God and that today we have a living prophet who receives guidance and council from the Lord to direct this church. I love the Book of Mormon. I treasure it. I know it is true because I have read it many times and prayed many times and have felt the reassuring influence of the Holy ghost testifying of its truth. I urge you all to do likewise. I urge you all to try to see life as it is: a probationary time to prepare to meet our God. I know He lives. I know that one day we will stand before him at the pleasing bar of God to be judged of our works, whether they be good or whether they be evil. Let us each day strive to follow the example of our lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Let us remember that God is in command of our lives. He knows what is best for us. Prayer is not to change the will of God, it is designed to change us to conform with his will. Remember that no matter what you do, no matter where you are, no matter how angry you are or how far in the entrenches of sin you have fallen, you have a loving Heavenly Father who is only a prayer away. "Pray always, and not faint; that ye must not perform any thing unto the Lord save in the first place ye shall pray." 2 Nephi 32:9. I Love you all and I hope you shall strive every day to do the things that will prepare you to meet our Heavenly Father and stand confidently before him. In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.
Elder L. Rogers Brewer
Pictures from the baptism!
the whole crew
Phala and her children including (from left to right) Lina, Lineth, and Long.
Lun and his wife Sok Leeng and their children (left to right) Restin, Ponluu, and Cheng Lim