HUBBUB: aka dust storm They are so crazy!!! It was about 100 degrees with 45 mph wind and
dust everywhere! There's a bunch of static in the air so you have to get inside but fortunately for my comp and I we were close to the church! It last for a little over a hour... lets just say missionaries don't do so well with extra time on their hands. I know the Lord watches over His missionaries because it shouldn't be possible to ride a bike in 110+ weather but all you know is that it's hot out and you have work to do, so you just do it! My comp did get two flat tires this
week but the work goes on!
This was a tough week of teaching. We're doing lots of finding and the best way to do that is visit the members to strengthen those relationships so that they give us referrals. The lesson in relief society yesterday was about the adversary. Satan works so hard and my comp and I saw it this week but we gave everything we had and I know that's all the Lord asks of us. I know the Lord is with me every step of the way and He has a plan [most often it's not my plan... It usually requires a lot of patience and faith which are not the easiest for me] but I know that when I do fall short the atonement of Jesus Christ is always there. It's also there for the best of times. My companion and I have been studying the plan of salvation this week which is a great reminder that our Heavenly Father
knows each of us individually and that He loves us unconditionally. I love this gospel and I'm so grateful for this time I have to serve God and be a representative of Jesus Christ. Thank you for all the love and support!