Hey there my Peeps!
Man, crazy times in this day in age. I can't believe it is already Christmas time again! It blows my mind! Another crazy point is that transfers are here once again. Unfortunately, I get the short end of the stick this time. I am headed out of Hightstown. I am so bummed! I love this place so much. I have grown to love so many of the families out here and I can't believe it is already time to say goodbye. We had a ridiculous week last week moving into our new apartment. We also did a bunch of service which included cleaning the Gruber's rain gutters. I love the Gruber's so much, ah man. Marissa got confirmed yesterday which was way cool.
I was watching this video that I just sent to my mom and I will have her post in on here, one way or another. It's called "Jesus Heals a Man, Blind from Birth." (see below) I love the Bible video so much and to just watch this man. He gains a testimony of Jesus Christ and he testifies and stands up to the big dog Pharisees and he just won't back down. Then he finally finds Christ and is just so grateful. I hope with all of my heart, that someday I can be like that man. I hope more than anything that it will be me someday. When I finally meet my Savior and my Heavenly Father once again, I hope the first thing they say to me is "thou good and faithful servant." I just want all y'all to know my testimony and how much I love my Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. They mean everything to me. There is a saying that has always been one to stick out. "It is easier to die for Christ than to live for Him." Because of that statement, I won't say I would die for him, but I will say that I will live every moment for him. I know without a doubt in my mind, that the Gospel of Jesus Christ has been restored and has, and will continue to change my life forever. I love you all and I hope everything is going stellar!