26 Dec 2011 – Instruments in God’s Hands

Woke this morning to find an e-mail from Elder Khulekani Mchunu that reminded me again why we love to serve missions and that if we listen to the spirit we can truly be instruments in the hands of God…

Hey Elder And Sis Pier

 how are you guys doing it good to here from you again  I am also serving in town called Florida here I just got an assignment to be a ZL here  I will always miss those days when we were in Richards Bay  may the lord bless you with the blessings that you need at this time as you are serving him I must say again that Thank you so much guys for helping me to come on mission if it wasn’t for Elder Pier I wouldn’t be here at this time  am very grateful for the support  you gave me I am one of the people who will always remember you and honor you for the Love that you have for the Lord Jesus Christ 
love you  Merry Christmas And Happy New Year     

I wrote him back and explained that I was just the instrument that the Lord used to allow him to go on his mission. I did not mention that if I had listened to the Spirit earlier he might have been on his mission sooner. What tender mercies we receive from the Lord when we follow the spirit…

I was reading in Alma 12:8 this morning “And Zeezrom began to inquire of them diligently, that he might know more concerning the Kingdom of God.” I thought that this is what the missionaries to see in their investigators – a sincere desire to know about the Kingdom.

We got a call from Elder George the District Leader and he invited us to go to lunch with the district this afternoon. We love to interface with the missionaries and it is good that they feel we are a part of their zone.



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