Monday, November 2, 2015

Thank You

So, I didn't write last week.  Sorry about that....  I sent pictures and then totally forgot that you'd all probably need explanations to know what was happening.... ha!

I want to do my letter a little bit different this week. I just want to testify and tell you all what I think of my mission and what I've learned.  I hope you will feel the spirit as I testify of these things.

This place is the best.  I love my mission so much.  Teaching the truths of the gospel.  I heard that missions were the best all the time from leaders, family, dad, friends.  It's something you have to experience to understand though.  My mission means everything to me.  Everybody and anybody that is even giving a smidgen of a thought to maybe going on a mission.  Here's my opinion.  Go on a mission.  The Lord will bless you in ways that you won't ever be able to explain.  The things I've seen and gone through so far on my mission have helped me realize so many things:  My divine potential.  What I'm supposed to be doing with the rest of my life.  How to become a true disciple of Jesus Christ.  What true repentance is.  What conversion really means and how I can get it.  And most of all: How the Atonement of Jesus Christ is truly the center of everything and how to apply that in my life.  That's the biggest thing we try to get people to do.  Learn to apply the atonement in their lives.  That's our life quest.  Applying the Atonement of Jesus Christ to the extent that we become the person that our Heavenly Father knows we can be.

I know that Jesus Christ lives.  I know that the power of His Atonement is real.  It can lift the lowest of lives.  It can change the hardest of habits.  It is an infinite power that Christ has gifted to us.  God knows our potential. The only way to realize that potential is through applying the atonement every moment.  Listen to the promptings of the Holy Ghost.  Change.  Become.

I love you all. I love my mission.  I love my savior Jesus Christ.

Thank you so much for the influence that each and every single one of you has had in my life.  It's helped me get to this point and I'm so grateful for that.

Elder Frame

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