I was thinking last night about you and your companion, this morning too.I want to explain something about your companion. He has passed very difficult things in his life, and the pride that he shows, is only fear, fear of not being loved.
He did not have a good father, his family did not support him very much, and he often feels that others have the things he deserves. But at the end of everything, he is only afraid of failing, he is afraid of not being loved.
I was just like him on my mission, and the reason why I gave you to read my mission journal is because I want you to understand that he can change and be better.He just need to feel that you want him as a part of your life, as friend.
Nobody feels proud about him.
Do you see how he reacts when I talk about my little brother and I say how proud I am of him, it’s because he wants someone to say that about him.
Be patient, but more than anything, be like Christ, love the one who needs love the most, and right now, he needs your love. Marvin
Elder, you are a good men, but now you need to be more than this. Be like Christ.I have a complete master degree level having problems with my comps, and please believe me, your comp is less than the 10% of any of my comps.
May i will never have the opportunity to give this advice to a son of mine, but i have the opportunity to give it to you:
I read your last letter about leaving everything behind. WOW. I want you to know how much I look up to you and your family. Ridge you got this all the way This is the Lord’s way of polishing a rock into a beautiful stone. Remember the Jaredites in the book of Ether? Their boat went all the way under and they prayed and the Lord heard them. They still had trials but pressed forward with the wind all the way to the promised land. This is you on the boat. Seriously strong. Remember Jesus Christ himself has felt your emotions and agony. Pray to him and let him release this from you.
The Lord is anxious to lead us to the safety of higher ground, away from the path of physical and spiritual danger. His upward path will require us to climb. My mother used to say to me when I complained that things were hard,‘If you are on the right path, it will always be uphill.’And as the world becomes darker and more dangerous, we must keep climbing. It will be our choice whether or not to move up or to stay where we are. President Henry B Eyring
Oct 31st 2016-ELDER EASTON Voice Recordings
Recordings from Oct 3rd 2016 through Oct 17th 2016
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Elder Easton MTC Tribute From Elder Ramone 10/2