Virginia Chesapeake Mission

Virginia Chesapeake Mission

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Come, Listen to a Prophet's Voice!

Hello Everyone!

Easter was wonderful! And so was our week. It flew by. On Thursday we were heading to one of our investigators homes. I missed a turn, but we kept driving to see if the road would reconnect, or if there would be a detour we could take. We soon realized there wasn't. But we also realized that a less-active member we had never met was close by, so we decided to go visit him. We didn't end up meeting him, but we met his son (He's probably about 30) and invited him to church. He said he'd come! On Sunday he came with his wife and two kids! It was a miracle!!

Another wonderful thing happened this week. We were teaching one of our investigators and he told us that he's been starting to pray more and he's felt a change in himself where he's starting to act with more kindness and love. It's really neat to see the change in ourselves and others like that. And the gospel truly does change us for the better!

This weekend is General Conference! Come up with some questions or concerns you have in your life, write them down, and then listen to General Conference prepared to receive answers and guidance. I testifty that Thomas S. Monson is the Prophet called of God to lead His church and children at this time. I know that his counselors and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles are also called of God. Your Heavenly Father has given them inspiration and revelation that you need to hear. I promise that as you watch General Conference, you will receive guidance. In 3 Nephi 12:1, the Savior tells the Nephites, "Blessed are ye if ye shall give heed unto the words of these twelve whom I have chosen from among you to minister unto you, and to be your servants...: I know that this is true for us as well. May we all listen to the voice of Christ, given through His living servants in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

Have a blessed week!

With Love,
Elder Rogers

P.S. There's this burger joint we go to with a Less-Active a lot. It's delicious!!

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