Thursday, July 3, 2014

6-30-2014

Hello again from Nitra and from the little library here.
I hope that all is going great in your life and that you can feel the saviours love every day.
We found some great people this last week and had some really great lessons. I had the chance to go on an exchange with Elder Brousseau who was my MTC Companion and that was way cool. The best part about it was the fact that we had two great talks with this girl that comes to Game night and English. She is way cool and she always has questions for us.
another lesson we had was with some less active members. This family is a young family that has two children that are so cool. the kids speak both English and slovak and they are way cool. As we talked about prayer the spirit got really strong. They havent come back to church yet but as the church grows here and as they see how the members supports one another, they will come back. They are planning on it.
anyways i want to close with something i came up with. I know its kinda of cheese but i was reading the scriptures and these stories came to mind so i wrote this down just a thought what would it have been like to be in there place?
What would it be like?

What would it be like 
one step at a time
to be pushed into the flames
that have taken so many lives 
all because you would not bow 
or forsake what you knew
then to look up and see 
The son of God delivering you
What would it have been like 
to take the first step 
him telling you you can 
then to have the winds grow strong
and start to lose hope
reaching out crying
lord give me your hand
then to look up and see
him standing right there
reaching out
to give you all that he can
what would it be like 
chained up head to foot 
brought before a king
who wants you to deny everything
then to start to testify
to know your end is near
yet feeling a peace having no fear
this is what its like 
to know it's true 
to know that all you do 
is for him 
who has given all to you
This is what it's like
to testify of him
who for us died 
and rose again
This is what it's like
one step at a time 
to see the lives
of those he loves 
to be in his place 
reaching out your hand
telling them they can
all it takes is one step at a time 
to reach out your hand 
to look up, and stand
and know he has a plan.



I hope all is well.
remember when life gets to hard to stand, kneel, you will be closer to heaven anyways.
s laskou
Starší Asay

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