Sunday, April 15, 2012

March Post

Wet from a hail storm that came down within one minuet.

My Lucky Four Leaf clover!!

I found a four leaf clover!! Welts from the hail storm!!

Our District Missionaries

March 26, 2012

Yeah this week was way hard. Its crazy how just when you think that you have climbed to the top and you know whats going on, Satan throws you a curveball and knocks you right off that mountain, and so by the time you have stopped falling, you are at the base of and even taller mountain and you must climb that mountain in order to be victorious. Its wierd, and I know that was a wierd analogy, but I feel that everytime I start thinking that I have a hang of things, I take a step back and realize that I don't. But the thing that I love is the strength that we get from climbing that first mountain will stay with us and give us the strength to climb the second one, and so on and so forth. That strength is only aquired and will only stay with us through the atonement of Jesus Christ. It is when we step outside of our comfort zone and do things that make us feel uncomfortable, in a good way, only then can we really change and grow for the better.These are just a few of the thoughts that have been racing through my head.

1 comment:

  1. Dear Elder Taylor,

    We have enjoyed having you here in our ward so much! It was an honor to have you start your mission with us here in Elizabethtown. Every time you visited our home we felt of your love and kindness- from helping us move in our couch and playing Barrel of Monkeys with our children, to siting and quietly talking about our Savior's love. Thank you for helping the spirit reside in our home.

    I hope the rest of your mission is as successful as your time here. You have an incredible spirit that I know the people here in Kentucky need. Thank you for chosing to serve our Heavenly Father.

    As I type this, we are waiting for you and Elder Frye to come take pictures and say your final good byes. Thank you for all you have done for us. Please keep in contact once your work here in Kentucky is finished.

    The Brimhall Family- Dallas, Wendy, AJ, Aiden, Aspen and Ash (and Sister Bond)