Y cuando nuestros corazones se hallaban desanimados, y estábamos a punto de regresar, he aquí, el Señor nos consoló, y dijo: Id entre vuestros hermanos los lamanitas, y sufrid con paciencia vuestras affliciones, y os daré el éxito (Alma 26:27).

Now when our hearts were depressed, and we were about to turn back, behold, the Lord comforted us, and said: Go amongst thy brethren, the Lamanites, and bear with patience thine afflictions, and I will give unto you success (Alma 26:27).

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Feliz Pascua!

Hey everyone, welcome back to another week, a busy one with General Conference and things of the sort. We went to Zone Enfoque on Wednesday and we saw the video of Gracias a que Él Vive, which talks about the resurrection of Chris. It is a really beautiful video, the link is in the last blog update! 

Eating in Cornella after Zone Enfoque with the zone
But let´s see, there was General Conference as well and we only saw three sessions, but it was alright. We were able to see a session in Tortosa, and all the members said they would come and see it. And in total, we had 32 people there watching General Conference with us! It was a huge miracle and 12 of those people were investigators! We were so happy! And the members were happy as well to see the church filled with so many people. 

Watching conference in Tortosa
During conference, the people who gave the talks discussed a lot about the importance of families and what it means to have a good family. I guess the world is trying to get farther away from families and trying to destroy and manipulate its importance. But I know that families are really important. God has given us families so that we can be happy and that we may return to live with Him again. This week, instead of a scripture, I will leave a hymn, page 195 in Spanish, Eternas Pueden Ser las Familias (Families can be together Forever). A beautiful song to go along with the messages we heard from conference.

Have a good week, I love you all!!! 

Elder Sadler
In front of the cathedral of Santa María in Tortosa

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