Over the past couple weeks in Wonju, I have tried to keep in remembrance the most important lesson and doctrine, which is Jesus Christ. Every transfer, every zone meeting, and every conference, I feel inspired to renew my efforts to give everything I can all day, every day. There is a time between these uplifting events, though, where the anticipation, excitement, and eagerness of the serving the Lord seems to grow thinner, more difficult. I have searched for how I can keep the same eagerness and joy of daily service in my heart. The answer is remarkably simple. We must always remember Christ. Through faith in Him, as President Uchtdorf describes, He becomes the wind under our wings. Why? Because Christ is not just a lesson among many, but He is THE lesson. He is the Son of God, meaning the foundation and hope of our lives and a better. Everything we speak of and teach is from Him and through Him. I know that He is our Savior. I have found the strength to press forward by continuing to feast upon His word, become filled with His hope through the Spirit, and share that with others.
Have a great week everyone!
Wow! The house and yard look amazing. That looks like it was a lot of work. You know, in Korea, to have a house and yard like that would cost a fortune. When Koreans see a house like that, topped with a fountain, orchard, and everything else, they first think, "Wow, you must be rich!" Our house is going to feel so huge when I get back. I'll have to remember never to take things for granted.