Elder Samuel Mischa Chun
Japan Tokyo Mission
4-25-12 Nishi-ochiai,
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

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Week 49 - June 23, 2014

Hello again, everyone! This week was ridiculous. I think we were even
more busy than the week before.

So! Cool miracles. Last week on splits, we ran into a friend named
Yuuhei Maki. Due to Facebook, we have been able to keep contact with
him. I was able to share with him one of my favorite scriptures (Alma
7:11-13) and teach him about prayer over Facebook. I then asked him
about his views of God, and he said, "I used to think God was a scary
existence, but since I met you I think he is special and wonderful

The Lord is hastening His work! If it wasn't for Facebook, my friend
wouldn't have had the chance to learn about Heavenly Father.

Thanks for all of you who are liking and sharing my posts! I know it
might seem really simple, but I have heard so many stories of a simple
post or video getting people interested in church, which then moves
into investigating and baptism. So if you are not sure where to start
with missionary work, just share a missionary's post!

Also, there is one part of missionary work that anyone can do
(especially if you are in Utah). That is work for the dead. I didn't
realize how blessed we truly are in Utah to have so many temples! It
also is a sign. If we didn't need to do temple work for our benefit,
Heavenly Father would not be giving us so many temples. I strongly
encourage with all of the fiber of my soul that you try to go to the
temple at LEAST once a week. In my mission, I have met people who have
been waiting for the gospel for 10, 20, 50+ years. They all are so
tired of the life without light or joy. Once they find the truth, they
are so happy... And so are we when they have it.

Imagine those people who have been waiting for 100, 200, 500+ years?
Isn't that something we can participate in? Their salvation is our
joy. I promise you.

Thank you all! I love you all! Final thought: "It takes knowledge to
answer a question, but faith to ask one."


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