Good morning.. or good whatever everyone!! How do you do? It's been a very awesome week, I'm not gonna lie. Guess what.. I taught a full lesson in Thai for the first time of this year. I could tell that it was super duper hard talking and teaching in Thai. Well, it doesn't mean that I forget my own language but it's been a long time since I taught somebody in Thai so forgive me for that. We got a lot of new people to teach but today I wanted to mention about Johnny...
For Johnny... I cooked Green Curry for Johnny last Wednesday. He thought it wasn't good but after he tasted it, he loved it a lot! Haha of coruse! My food is the best!! We also showed Johnny how to donate tithing and fast offerings. He understood it very well. I don't think that it is hard at all.. never mind then. After that we taught him a little bit more about the temple. Oh I forgot to mention that we invited a member Alex to help us teach also! The lesson went by pretty quickly and the spirit was still so strong. Johnny said he would like to go to the temple some day to do the baptism for the death.
Sunday, Johnny came to church with us and I was happy for his willingness to come. The best and saddest part was my companion told me that he felt the spirit and cried while we were singing hymns 'I stand all amazed' and I was mad that I didn't notice at all. Anyway good on him! I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only true church of God and there is the true authority to act in Jesus' name. IT IS SO TRUE!
We did a trade off with the zone leaders this week. Luckily, we saw a member and she shouted us food! After all we went finding together.. Ahhh I think I learned so many things on that day from my leader and a member.
Finding in Chatswood is still hard for us.. but it will never be too hard for me! We finally met some new people to share the gospel with and guess what.. all of them are Asians! #MiracleOfADay
And now.. this transfer is almost done. I think one of us is moving for sure. I'd miss my son so very much if we departed from each other! ahhhh I'm gonna cry :( anyway, I will tell you guys later next week.
One thing I've learned on my mission is that there's really no such thing as luck. Miracles happen so much in the field that they become happenstance. Always treasure those experiences. Miracles strengthen those with faith, not the faithless. That's pretty much what happened with us. I hope everybody's week was okay! Have a good week!
Elder Phimphan (The most handsome missionary in Australia Sydney North mission)