There are no pictures with this post because there are just times when it is inappropriate to pull out a camera and take a picture. But these precious moments will be etched in my heart forever. Sunday we were in Viru at a District Conference Meeting. Viru is a very humble little town. We got there early because President Turk had some Interviews before the meeting. We were also going to meet with the new converts before conference. While I was watching people come in for this gathering, I saw a little girl, she was about 8 years old, with her dad in the back of the room. She was trying to tie his tie for him. He wasn't sure how to do it and she was trying so hard but wasn't much help. He really wanted to wear a tie. They did the best they could. She also bent down and spit on a little tissue and started to clean his shoes for him. I never saw a wife or mother. When President Turk came in, I quietly sent him to the back to help this brother with his tie. During the meeting with the new converts, President Turk asked if any of them would like to share their conversion and testimony. The little girl sitting next to her father started to nudge him until he got up and went to the front and stood next to President Turk. He was very shy, but proud to tell about his conversion to the gospel. This humble man, probably a field worker, has started the beautiful transition that happens when you truly know that you are a Child of God. He graciously thanked Heavenly Father for placing the Gospel in his path. And now he knows what is expected of him from his Father in Heaven and how he can help his earthly family receive guidance from above. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is beautiful and glorious. Ask and ye shall receive, Seek and ye shall find, Knock and it shall be open unto you. I have asked and I have received.
I testify that this is the true Gospel of Jesus Christ.